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Mary Cowden Clarke (1809–1898)

Clarke, Mary Cowden. An English story-writer, essayist, and Shakespearean scholar; born (Novello) in London, June 22, 1809; died at Genoa, Jan. 21, 1898. She married Charles Cowden Clarke, with whom she wrote the ‘Shakespeare Key’ and compiled an edition of Shakespeare’s plays. Her own ‘Complete Concordance’ is universally known. Her novels are: ‘A Rambling Story’ and ‘The Iron Cousin,’ pleasing and graceful prose idyls. ‘World-Noted Women’ contains able biographical studies.