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Maurice Francis Egan (1852–1924)

Egan, Maurice Francis. An American man of letters; born in Philadelphia, May 24, 1852; died in 1924. He was professor of English literature at the University of Notre Dame and at the Catholic University of America, Washington. After 1907 he was U.S. Minister to Denmark. His works include: ‘That Girl of Mine’; ‘That Lover of Mine’; ‘A Garden of Roses’; ‘Stories of Duty’; ‘The Life around Us’; ‘Lectures on English Literature’; ‘A Primer of English Literature’; ‘A Gentleman’; ‘The Flower of the Flock’; ‘Everybody’s St. Francis.’ His poetry includes the volumes ‘Preludes,’ ‘Songs and Sonnets,’ etc.