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Richard Glover (1712–1785)

Glover, Richard. An English epic poet and dramatist; born in London, 1712; died there, Nov. 25, 1785. He abandoned trade for poetry, and made himself famous with ‘Leonidas’ (1737), a heroic poem. ‘The Athenaid’ (1787) is a continuation of it. ‘London’ (1739), a poem of commerce, and ‘Boadicea’ (1735), a tragedy, are among his works.