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Henry Cuyler Bunner (1855–1896)

Bunner, Henry Cuyler. An American poet and story-writer; born in Oswego, NY, Aug. 3, 1855; died in Nutley, NJ, May 11, 1896. He became a journalist in 1873, and was editor of Puck from shortly after its start till his death. Author of: ‘A Woman of Honor’ (New York, 1883); ‘Airs from Arcady and Elsewhere’ (1884); ‘The Midge’ (1886); ‘The Story of a New York House’ (1887); ‘Zadoc Pine and Other Stories’ (1891); ‘Short Sixes’ (1891); ‘The Runaway Browns’ (1892); ‘Jersey Street and Jersey Lane’ (1896); and ‘In Partnership,’ with Brander Matthews (1883). Also a play, ‘The Tower of Babel’ (1883); and uncollected magazine articles. (See Critical and Biographical Introduction).