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Edmund Gosse

a.k.a. Sir Edmund Gosse

Author Code: EEDG

Born: Sep. 21, 1849 - London, England

Died: May 16, 1928 - London, England

Son of the famed naturalist Philip Gosse, Edmund was educated in local schools in Devon and by his father. In 1867, he obtained a position as assistant librarian and transcriber at the British Museum. In 1873, he published his first book of poems, On Viol and Flute. In 1875, he joined the Board of Trade as a translator and held this position until 1904. Gosse is credited with introducing Henrik Ibsen to English readers, having translated a number of his works during the 1880's. In 1904, Gosse became the librarian of the House of Lords and was very influential during his years there. He was Knighted in 1925. His works include New Poems (1879), Thomas Gray (1884), A History of Eighteenth Century Literature (1889), Modern English Literature (1897), John Donne (1899), French Profiles (1905), Ibsen (1907), the autobiographical Father and Son (1907) and Swinburne (1917).

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EEDG001 Father and Son 1907 103 622k eBook Download PDF - 'Father and Son' (EEDG001) Find a printed copy of Father and Son by Edmund Gosse at AbeBooks
EEDG002 Gossip In a Library
  Amasia
  Beau Nash
  Camden's "Britannia"
  Cats
  A Censor of Poets
  Death's Duel
  The Diary of A Lover of Literature
  The Duke of Rutland's Poems
  The Fancy
  Gerard's Herbal
  Ionica
  Lady Winchilsea's Poems
  The Life of John Buncle
  Love and Business
  A Mirror for Magistrates
  The Natural History of Selborne
  Peter Bell and His Tormentors
  Pharamond
  A Poet in Prison
  Pompey the Little
  The Romance of A Dictionary
  The Shaving of Shagpat
  Smart's Poems
  Ultra-Crepidarius
  A Volume of Old Plays
  What Ann Lang Read
1913 90 508k eBook Download PDF - 'Gossip In a Library' (EEDG002) Find a printed copy of Gossip In a Library by Edmund Gosse at AbeBooks

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