Terence de Vere White
Born in Dublin, he studied at Trinity College, Dublin where he qualified as a solicitor and became a partner in a leading Dublin law firm. He gave up law when he became the literary editor of The Irish Times from 1961 to 1977. He wrote twelve novels, five biographies, two volumes of short stories and five other books of general interest.
- The March Hare (1970)
- Mr. Stephen (1971)
- The Radish Memoirs (1974)
- Prenez Garde (1986)
- The Road of Excess, the biography of Isaac Butt (1946)
- After Sunset (1973)
- The Real Charlotte (1975)
- Boylan, Henry (1998). A Dictionary of Irish Biography, 3rd Edition. Dublin: Gill and MacMillan. p. 106. ISBN 0-7171-2945-4.
- Speake, Jennifer (2003). "Murphy, Dervla (1931-)". Literature of Travel and Exploration: An Encyclopedia. Taylor and Francis. p. 829. ISBN 1-57958-424-1. Retrieved 2008-10-12.
- Niall Stanage, "Confessions of a storyteller" - interview with Victoria Glendinning, 'The Sunday Business Post, July 21, 2002 
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