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Hiram Corson (1828–1911)

Corson, Hiram. An American prose-writer; born in Philadelphia, Nov. 6, 1828; died at Ithaca, NY, June 15, 1911. He was professor of English literature in Cornell (1870–1903). Among his publications are: a ‘Hand-Book of Anglo-Saxon and Early English’ (1871); ‘An Introduction to the Study of Robert Browning’ (1886); ‘Jottings in the Text of Hamlet’; ‘Lectures on the English Language and Literature’; ‘The Aims of Literary Study’; ‘The Voice and Spiritual Education.’