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George Willis Cooke (1848–1923)

Cooke, George Willis. An American miscellaneous writer; born in Comstock, MI, April 23, 1848; died in 1923. His chief works are: ‘Ralph Waldo Emerson: his Life and Writings’ (1881); ‘Life of George Eliot’ (1883); ‘A Guide Book to the Poetic and Dramatic Works of Robert Browning’ (1891); ‘Poets and Problems’; ‘The Clapboard Trees Parish’; ‘Dedham, a History’; and ‘Woman in the Progress of Civilization’ (1912).