A historian, poet, and literary scholar who centered on Elizabethan Britain and the takes on of William Shakespeare, he published such functions as On Background, a report of Present Tendencies (1927) as well as the controversial Homosexuals ever sold (1977). He also released a bestselling autobiography entitled A Cornish Child years (1942). He went to Christ Chapel, Oxford on the scholarship and later on became a Fellow whatsoever Souls University. He continued to instruct at both Merton University as well as the London College of Economics. Turning his focus on William Shakespeare, he published concerning the Bard’s rivalry with Christopher Marlowe. He was created in St Austell, Cornwall, to some semi-literate, working-class family members. In another of his poems, he indicated an devotion for Adam von Trott, the person who plotted to assassinate Adolf Hitler.