|←Author Index: Cr||Hubert Crackanthorpe
|Born Hubert Montague Cookson. Victorian British writer who created works mainly in the genres of the essay, short story, and novella.|
- Wreckage: Seven Studies (London: Heinemann, 1893; New York: Cassell, 1894).
- "Modern Melodrama" in The Yellow Book, 1 (1894).
- "Reticence in Literature" The Yellow Book, Volume 2 (1894).
- Sentimental Studies and a Set of Village Tales (London: Heinemann, 1895; New York: Putnam, 1895).
- Vignettes: A Miniature Journal of Whim and Sentiment (London & New York: John Lane, 1896; New York: Bruno Chapbooks, 1915).
- Last Studies (London: Heinemann, 1897).
- The Light Sovereign: A Farcical Comedy in Three Acts (London: Harland, 1917).
Works about Crackanthorpe 
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