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Edward Greey (1835–1888)

Greey, Edward (grē). An English-American story-writer; born in Sandwich, Kent, England, Dec. 1, 1835; died in New York, Oct. 1, 1888. After spending several years in Japan, he settled in the United States in 1868. Among his plays are: ‘Vendome’ and ‘Uncle Abner.’ His historical works include: ‘Young Americans in Japan’ (Boston, 1881), and ‘The Wonderful City of Tokio.’ He wrote a pleasing collection of Japanese short stories, ‘The Golden Lotus,’ etc. (1883); ‘The Captive of Love,’ founded on a Japanese romance; translated ‘The Loyal Ronins,’ etc.