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Edward Howard House (1836–1901)

House, Edward Howard. An American journalist and story-writer; born at Boston, Sept. 5, 1836; died at Tokyo, Japan, Dec. 18, 1901. He was a musical and dramatic critic in Boston and New York; afterwards professor of English language and literature in the University of Tokyo, Japan (1871–73), acting as correspondent of the New York Herald. He wrote: ‘Japanese Episodes’ (1881); ‘Yone Santo’ (1888), a story of life in Japan; ‘The Midnight Warning, and Other Stories’; ‘The Kagosima Affair’; etc.