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Arthur Hugh Clough

Author Code: EAHC

Born: Jan. 1, 1819 - Liverpool, England

Died: Nov. 13, 1861 - Florence, Italy

Educated at Rugby School and Balliol College, Oxford, Clough first taught at Oriel College before traveling to France in 1848. Having experienced the revolution in Paris, he returned to England and published his first major work, The Bothie of Tober-na-Vuolich. In 1849, he became the principal of University Hall, a position he held until 1852 when he traveled to Cambridge, Massachusetts. After lecturing there for several months, he returned to London and took a position at the Education Office as an examiner. In 1856, he served as secretary to a commission to study foreign military education. During this time he also served as a secretarial assistant to Florence Nightengale, his wife's cousin. In deteriorating health, he traveled to Greece and Turkey in 1861, continuing on to France and Switzerland. He traveled from there to Italy, but contracted malaria and died at Florence. Clough numbered many literary notables among his friends including Thomas Carlyle and Matthew Arnold. Clough's other works include Amours de Voyage (1849), Dipsychus (1850), Mari Magno, or Tales on Board (1861) and Poems (1862 Posthumous).

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