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 Landon, Letitia ElizabethLane, Edward William 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Landor, Walter Savage
 
(b. Ipsley Court, Warwick, January 30th, 1775; d. Florence, September 17th, 1864). “Poems” (1795); “Gebir” (1798); “Count Julian” (1812); “Idyllia Heroica” (1820); “Imaginary Conversations” (1824–29); “Latin Poems” (1824); “The Examination of William Shakespeare” (1834); “Pericles and Aspasia” (1836); “Letters of a Conservative” (1836); “Satire on Satirists” (1836); “Pentameron; or, Interviews of Messer Giovanni Boccaccio and Messer Francese Petrarcha” (1837); “Giovanna of Naples,” “Andrea of Hungary,” “Fra Ruperto” (1840–41); “Hellenics” (1847); “Last Fruit off an Old Tree” (1853); “Dry Sticks Faggoted” (1858); and other works edited by Forster, with “Life” (1876). See also Sidney Colvin’s “Landor” (1881).   1
 


 Landon, Letitia ElizabethLane, Edward William 

 
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