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Ernest Albert Baker (1869–1941) was an author, and editor of English fiction, dictionaries, and librarianship, besides books and journalism on outdoor activities, particularly caving. He wrote a standard reference, The History of the English Novel, first published in ten volumes between 1924 and 1939.Brian Corman. Women Novelists Before Jane Austen. University of Toronto Press. 2009 p.273, etc. Baker also wrote A Guide to Historical Fiction (1914), an overview of Historical fiction in novels and short stories.Hackett, Helen. Shakespeare and Elizabeth : The Meeting of Two Myths. Princeton ; Oxford : Princeton University Press, 2009. (p. 179) His caving books were Moors, Crags and Caves of the High Peak and Neighbourhood (1900); (with Herbert E. Balch), The Netherworld of Mendip; Explorations in the Great Caverns of Somerset, Yorkshire, Derbyshire & elsewhere (1907), and Caving; Episodes of Underground Exploration (1932).

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