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Constance Caroline Woodhill Naden (1858–1889)

Naden, Constance C. W. An English poet; born in Birmingham, 1858; died in London (?), 1889. She studied sociological problems, and lectured with effect; but is chiefly remembered for her volumes of ‘Songs and Sonnets of Springtime’ (1881), and ‘A Modern Apostle,’ etc. (1887).