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Edmund Clarence Stedman (1833–1908)

Stedman, Edmund Clarence. A distinguished American man of letters; born in Hartford, CT, Oct. 8, 1833; died on Jan. 18, 1908. Aside from his original works, his services to literature, both foreign and American, have been very great. His ‘Library of American Literature,’ eleven volumes, edited with Miss Hutchinson, was published in 1890–92; ‘Victorian Anthology’ in 1895; ‘Victorian Poets,’ 1875; ‘Poets of America,’ 1886; ‘Nature and Elements of Poetry,’ 1892; the Complete Edition of Poe, edited with Professor Woodberry, 1895. His poems and other works are very numerous, and have been published in a volume called ‘A Household Edition,’ 1884; and in ‘Poems Now First Collected,’ 1897. (See Critical and Biographical Introduction).