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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Austin, Alfred
 
(b. Devonshire, 1835). “Randolph” (1854); “The Season” (1861); “The Human Tragedy” (1862 and 1876); “An Artist’s Proof” (1864); “Won by a Head” (1865); “A Vindication of Lord Byron” (1869); “The Poetry of the Period” (1870); “The Golden Age” (1871); “Interludes” (1872); “Rome or Death” (1873); “Madonna’s Child” (1873); “The Tower of Babel” (1874); “Lezko the Bastard” (1877); “Savonarola” (1881); “Soliloquies in Song” (1882); “At the Gate of the Convent” (1885); “Prince Lucifer” (1887); “Love’s Widowhood” (1889); “Lyrical Poems” (1891); “Narrative Poems” (1891); “Fortunatus the Pessimist” (1892); “Veronica’s Garden” (1893); “The Garden that I Love” (1894); “England’s Darling” (1896). Poet Laureate (1896).   1
 


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