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Henry Theodore Tuckerman (1813–1871)

Tuckerman, Henry Theodore. An American author and critic of much note in his day; born in Boston, April 20, 1813; died in New York, Dec. 17, 1871. His works include: ‘The Italian Sketch Book’ (1835); ‘Isabel; or, Sicily’ (1839); ‘Rambles and Reveries’ (1841); ‘Thoughts on the Poets’ (1846); ‘Artist Life’ (1847); ‘Characteristics of Literature’ (1849–51); ‘The Optimist’ (1850); ‘Poems’ (1851); ‘Memorial of Horatio Greenough’ (1853); ‘Bibliographical Essays’ (1857); ‘Art in America’ (1858); ‘The Book of the Artists’ (1867); ‘The Collector: Essays’ (1868). He edited with William Smith ‘A Smaller History of English and American Literature’ (1870).