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Eliza Cook (1818–1889)

Cook, Eliza. An English poet; born in London, 1818; died at Wimbledon, Sept. 23, 1889. ‘Melaia and Other Poems’ made her name known. She also published Eliza Cook’s Journal. Her most familiar poem is ‘The Old Arm Chair.’ She wrote also ‘The Old Farm Gate’; ‘The Home in the Heart’; and ‘I Miss Thee, My Mother.’ ‘New Echoes and Other Poems’ is one of her volumes.