Author:John Collings Squire

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Sir John Collings Squire
(1884–1958)
British poet, writer, historian, and influential literary editor of the post-World War I period. Sometimes wrote under the pseudonym "Solomon Eagle".

Works[edit]

  • Socialism and Art, XXth Century Press London 1907
  • Poems and Baudelaire Flowers, The New Age Press London 1909
  • Imaginary Speeches - Stephen Swift London 1912
  • William The Silent - Methuen & Co London 1912
  • Steps to Parnassus - Howard Latimer London 1913
  • Three Hills and Other Poems - Howard Latimer London 1913
  • Christmas Hymn - Privately Reprinted from the New Statesman 1914
  • The Survival of the Fittest - George Allen & Unwin London 1916
  • Twelve Poems - Published for FORM by the Moreland Press London 1st Edition 1916
  • The Gold Tree - Martin Sacker London 1917
  • The Lily of Malud and Other Poems - Martin Sacker London 1917
  • Tricks of the Trade - Martin Sacker London 1917
  • Books in General, using pseudonym Solomon Eagle, Martin Sacker London 1918
  • Books in General - Second Series, using pseudonym Solomon Eagle, Martin Sacker London 1920
  • Books in General - Third Series, using pseudonym Solomon Eagle Hodder & Stoughton London 1921
  • Poems - First Series Hodder & Stoughton London 1918
  • The Birds and Other Poems - Martin Sacker London 1919
  • Life and Letters - William Heinemann London 1920
  • The Moon - Hodder & Stoughton London 1920
  • Collected Parodies - Hodder & Stoughton London 1921
  • Books Reviewed - Hodder & Stoughton London 1922?
  • Essays at Large - under pseudonym Solomon Eagle Hodder & Stoughton London 1922
  • Poems - Second Series - William Heinemann London 1922
  • The Rugby Match - Privately Published London 1922
  • American Poems and Others - Hodder & Stoughton London 1923
  • Essays on Poetry - Hodder & Stoughton London 1923
  • The Invalids - A Chronicle - Privately Printed London 1923
  • A New Song of the Bishop of London and the City Churches - Printed by Manning Pike London 1924
  • The Grub Street Nights Entertainments - Hodder & Stoughton London 1924
  • J C Squire - The Augustan Book of Modern Poetry - Ernest Benn London 1925
  • Poems in One Volume - William Heinemann London 1926
  • The Clown of Stratford - Privately Published. Printed At The Burleigh Press, Bristol 1926
  • Life at the Mermaid - Collins London 1927
  • Robin Hood - A Play - William Heinemann London 1928
  • A London Reverie - Drawings by Joseph Pennell with an introductory Essay and notes by J. C. Squire Macmillan London 1928
  • The Muse Absent - The Wine Press USA New York Limited Edition 1929
  • Sunday Mornings - William Heinemann London 1930
  • A Face in Candlelight & Other Poems - William Heinemann London 1932
  • Speech by J C Squire at the Opening Ceremony of the Lewis Carroll Centenary Exhibition, 28 June 1932 - John & Edward Bumpus London 1932
  • Outside Eden - William Heinemann London 1933
  • Flowers of Speech - George Allen & Unwin London 1935
  • Reflections and Memories - William Heinemann London 1935
  • Shakespeare as a Dramatist - Cassell and Co London 1935
  • Weepings and Wailings - Cobden Sanderson London 1935
  • The Hall of the Institute of Chartered Accounts London 1937
  • The Honeysuckle and the Bee - William Heinemann London 1937
  • Water Music - William Heinemann London 1939
  • Poems of Two Wars - Hutchinson London 1940
  • The Symbol - Private Edition London 1940
  • Selected Poems - Oliver Moxon London 1948
  • Solo and Duet including The Honey suckle and the Bee and Water Music - The Reprint Society UK London 1949
  • Collected Poems - Macmillan London 1959

As collaborator[edit]

  • Pride and Prejudice - A Play - Eileen H A Squire and J C Squire Joint Authors - William Heinemann UK London 1929
  • Berkeley Square - A Play - John L Balderston in collaboration with J C Squire - Longmans, Green and Co London
  • La Plaza de Berkeley - A Play - John L Balderston in collaboration with J C Squire translated into Spanish - Alfil Spain 1952

As editor[edit]


Some or all works by this author are in the public domain in the United States because they were published before January 1, 1923.

The author died in 1958, so works by this author are also in the public domain in countries and areas where the copyright term is the author's life plus 50 years or less. Works by this author may also be in the public domain in countries and areas with longer native copyright terms that apply the rule of the shorter term to foreign works.