Marzials, Frank Thomas
Frank Thomas Marzials (1840 - 1912) was a prolific British writer of the late nineteenth century. He is best - known for his biographical accounts of great English authors including the Life of Victor Hugo, Life of W. M. Thackeray, and The Life of Charles Dickens. He described the British rural life in his other works and knighted in 1904. Besides writing poetry, essays, and biographies, he also served as an Accountant General in the army.
Frank Thomas Marzials was a prolific British author of late nineteenth century. His writings revolve around the lives and works of great English authors. In his other works he also discussed the rural life in Britain.