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Charles Cowden Clarke (1787–1877)

Clarke, Charles Cowden. An English prose-writer and versifier; born in Enfield, Middlesex, Dec. 15, 1787; died at Genoa, March 13, 1877. He produced ‘Tales from Chaucer’ and ‘Shakespeare’s Characters,’ besides lectures and essays innumerable; and ‘Carmina Minima,’ a volume of verse.