David Blaize

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David Blaize
Author E. F. Benson
Country England
Language English
Publisher Hodder & Stoughton
Publication date
1916

David Blaize is a novel of school life by English author Edward Frederic Benson. The first edition was published in 1916 by Hodder and Stoughton, London.

Set in England before the First World War, the novel describes David's years at prep school and public school, his studies, sports and friendships, and finally, his brush with death when he stops a runaway horse.[1]

Sequels[edit]

A second novel, David Blaize and the Blue Door, set in David's early childhood, was published in 1918. In contrast to the first book, it is a magical fantasy tale.[2]

David of King's (published in the United States as David Blaize of King's) is Benson's 1924 sequel to David Blaize.[3] It follows David's university career at King's College, Cambridge. It was also re-published in 2010 with a new introduction and literary notes by Dr. Craig Paterson for Viewforth Press.[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ David Blaize. Viewforth Press. Los Angeles, Calif., 2010, pp. vii-xii. ISBN 1-4537-6310-4
  2. ^ David Blaize and the Blue Door at Fantastic Fiction
  3. ^ David of King's. Viewforth Press. Los Angeles, Calif., 2010, pp. vii-xii. ISBN 1-4538-0281-9
  4. ^ David of King's at Viewforth Press

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