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Elijah Fenton (1683–1730)

Fenton, Elijah. An English poet, dramatist, and biographer; born at Shelton, Staffordshire, May 20, 1683; died in Berkshire, Aug. (not July) 1730. He worked with Pope at the translation of the Odyssey, wrote ‘Mariamne,’ a tragedy, and produced a ‘Hymn to the Sun,’ with other verse displaying taste and talent.