A. C. H. Smith
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A. C. H. Smith: Anthony Charles Hockley Smith is a British novelist and playwright from Kew. He was educated at Hampton Grammar School and Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, where he read Modern Languages. On starting his writing career, to distinguish himself from other writers of the same name he added the initial 'H', representing his grandmother's maiden name, Hockley.
- born in (81 years ago)
- written works: "Sebastian the Navigator", "Zero summer", "Edward and Mrs. Simpson", "The Jericho gun", "Treatment", "The crowd", "Paper voices", "Extra cover", "Labyrinth", "Orghast at Persepolis", "Ark crystal", "Lady Jane"
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From Elvish to Klingon, The Anwa, Reella, Ealray, Yeht (Real) Origins of Invented Lexicons by Stephen D. Rogers
dErIvAtIOn OF thE LAnGUAGE In the words ofTed Hughes, documented by A. C. H. Smith in the book Orghast At Persepolis: The deeper into language one goes, the less visual/conceptual its imagery, and the more audial/visceral/ muscular its ...
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Potter envies potter, and smith smith.
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