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|Walter Learned (18471915)|
|Learned, Walter. An American poet and translator; born in New London, CT, June 22, 1847; died on Dec. 11, 1915. He was a resident of New London. Besides contributions to current literature, he wrote: Between Times (1889), a volume of poems; and translated Ten Tales and The Rivals from Coppée.|