St. John Lucas
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St. John Lucas (1879–1934) was an English poet known for his anthologies of verse. He was also a friend and mentor of Rupert Brooke. Lucas wrote short stories and vignettes for Blackwood's Magazine and Open Window. A selection of his stories were published in book form by William Blackwood and Sons in1919 under the title "Saints, Sinners, and the Usual People".
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