Hall, Owen

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Pseudonym of UK-born politician and author Hugh H Lusk (1838-1926), in New Zealand and Australia most of his life; not to be confused with Owen Hall, the pseudonym under which UK theatre critic James Davis (1853-1907) wrote plays. Along with some supernatural tales, Hall is of interest for a Lost Race tale, Eureka (1899), whose scholarly protagonists proceed, via the perusal of ancient documents, to the discovery of a hidden City in Australia, home of a last remnant of Alexander the Great's Greeks. Eureka is a princess who dies. [JC]

Hugh Hart Lusk

born Stirling, Scotland: 28 August 1838

died Auckland, New Zealand: 7 September 1926

works

  • The Track of a Storm (London: Chatto and Windus, 1895) [hb/]
  • Jetsam (London: Chatto and Windus, 1897) [hb/]
  • Eureka (London: Chatto and Windus, 1899) [hb/]
  • Hernando (London: Chatto and Windus, 1902) [hb/]

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