Author:Arthur Stanwood Pier

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Arthur Stanwood Pier
(1874–1966)
American author and teacher (English composition at Harvard's) who wrote in many genres—science fiction, school stories, histories, etc; best remembered for his turn-of-the-century boarding school stories of St. Timothy's, ["something more than wholesome and interesting—though that is almost praise enough."—The Outlook, 15 Nov. 1904]

Works[edit]


  • The Pedagogues: a Story of the Harvard Summer School (1899) IA
  • The Sentimentalists, a novel (1901)
  • The Triumph (1903) hathi
  • The Young in Heart (1907) (essays) IA
    • The young in heart — Lawn tennis — Work and play — The smoking-room — Cynicism — The quiet man — "In swimming" — Brawn and character
  • The Story of Harvard (1913) illus Vernon Howe Bailey IA
  • The Women We Marry (1914) IA
  • Some Consequences of Neutrality (1915) essay IA
  • Jerry (1917) illus Christine Tucke Curtiss IA
  • The Plattsburgers. (1917) illus Norman Rockwell
  • The Son Decides: the Story of a Young German-American (1918) IA
  • The Hilltop Troop (1919) hathi

St. Timothy's series[edit]

  • Boys of St. Timothy's (1904) hathi
  • Harding of St. Timothy's (1906) illus Ernest Fosbery
  • The New Boy: A Story of St. Timothy's (1908) hathi
  • The Crashaw Brothers illus George Varian (1910)
  • The Jester of St. Timothy's (1911) illus B. L. Bates
  • Grannis Of The Fifth: A Story of St. Timothy's (1914) IA
  • Dormitory Days: More Stories Of St. Timothy's (1919) hathi
  • David Ives: a Story of St. Timothy's. illus Franklin Wood (1922) IA
  • Friends and Rivals: A Story of St. Timothy's (1925)
  • The Boy from the West: A Story of St. Timothy's (1930)

Individual short works[edit]

non-fiction


Some or all works by this author are in the public domain in the United States because they were published before January 1, 1924.


The author died in 1966, 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.