Copp Clarke is a Canadian author who gained recognition for his contributions to the literary world during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Born in Toronto in 1852, Clarke’s writing style was heavily influenced by the Victorian era. His works primarily fall under the genres of historical fiction and adventure, often exploring themes of exploration, colonialism, and the clash of cultures. Notable works by Copp Clarke include “The Mystery of the Frozen Deep,” a thrilling tale set in the Arctic, and “The Lost City of Zara,” an adventure novel set in a fictional ancient civilization.

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