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 Lever, Charles JamesLewis, Sir George Cornewall 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Lewes, George Henry
 
(b. London, April 18th, 1817; d. November 30th, 1878). “Biographical History of Philosophy” (1847; remodelled and enlarged edition, 1867); “Ranthorpe: A Tale” (1847); “The Spanish Drama—Lope de Vega and Calderon” (1848); “Rose, Blanche, and Violet” (1848); “A Life of Robespierre” (1850); “The Noble Heart,” a tragedy (1850); “Comte’s Philosophy of the Sciences” (1859); “Life of Goethe” (1859); “Seaside Studies” (1859); “Physiology of Common Life” (1860); “Studies in Animal Life” (1861); “Aristotle” (1861); “Problems of Life and Mind” (1873–76); and “Physical Basis of Mind” (1877). Edited The Leader and The Fortnightly Review.   1
 


 Lever, Charles JamesLewis, Sir George Cornewall 

 
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