Definition of accolade:
Our little band of recognised men, such as Sir James Barrie, Sir Anthony Hope Hawkins, Sir Rider Haggard, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, small is the toll they have taken of public recognition; perhaps they should not expect it; perhaps they have been recognised only because of certain political activities; but must we really believe that so many lawyers and so few writers are worthy of an accolade?- "A Novelist on Novels", W. L. George.
- "The Underpup", I. A. R. Wylie.
- "Elizabethan Sea Dogs", William Wood.