John Stewart Collis (1900–1984) was an Irish biographer, rural author, and pioneer of the ecology movement
John Stewart Collis (1900–1984) was an Irish biographer, rural author, and pioneer of the ecology movement. He was educated at Bray preparatory school, Rugby School and Balliol College, Oxford.
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The triumph of the tree. Farewell to argument. An Irishman's England. Havelock Ellis: artist of life.
A historical view of the arboreal kingdom from its origins to current problems of conservation. An obvious market, depending on the level of interest-plus Carson-Cousteau reader attraction.
This is a digitized version of an article from The Times’s print archive, before the start of online publication in 1996.
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John Stewart Collis (1900–1984) was a British author.
The son of a prosperous Dublin solicitor, John Stewart Collis (1900-1984) was educated at Rugby School and Balliol, Oxford. In 1947, Collis talents were officially recognised when he won the Heinemann Foundation Award for Literature. After a short time at theological college, he became a writer. His first book ? a critical study of George Bernard Shaw ? was published to wide acclaim. He wrote biographies of Christopher Columbus, Havelock Ellis and Leo Tolstoy and is also celebrated for his works on natural phenomena in which he took a scientific subject and described it from the laypersons point of view.