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 Gore, the Rev. Canon Charles,Gower, John 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Gosse, Edmund William
 
(b. London, September 21st, 1849). “On Viol and Flute” (1873); “King Erik” (1876); “The Unknown Lover” (1878); “Studies in the Literature of Northern Europe” (1879); “New Poems” (1879); “A Selection of English Odes” (1881); “Gray,” in the English Men of Letters series (1882); “A Memoir of Cecil Lawson” (1883); “A Critical Essay on George Tinworth” (1883); “Seventeenth-Century Studies” (1883); “The Works of Thomas Gray” (1884); “Firdausi in Exile” (1885); “From Shakespeare to Pope” (1885); “Sir W. Raleigh” (1886); “Northern Studies” (1886); “Life of William Congreve” (1887); “History of Eighteenth-Century Literature” (1889); “Life of P. H. Gosse” (his father) (1890); “On Viol and Flute” Poems (collected) (1890); “Robert Browning: Personalia” (1890); “Gossip in a Library” (1891); “The Jacobean Poets” (1891); “The Secret of Narcisse” (1892); “Questions at Issue” (1893); “In Russet and Silver,” poems (1894); “The Works of L. T. Beddoes” (1894). Editor of Heinemann’s International Library, etc.   1
 


 Gore, the Rev. Canon Charles,Gower, John 

 
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