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The Library of the World’s Best Literature. An Anthology in Thirty Volumes. 1917.

Richard Henry Hengist Horne (1802–1884)

Horne, Richard Henry L. Hengist. An English miscellaneous writer; born, Jan. 1, 1802; died on March 13, 1884. His principal works are: ‘Cosmo de’ Medici’ (1837) and ‘The Death of Marlowe’ (1837), tragedies; ‘Orion,’ an epic poem (1843); ‘A New Spirit of the Age’ (1844); ‘Judas Iscariot, a Miracle Play’ (1848); ‘The Dreamer and the Worker’ (1851); ‘Australian Facts and Prospects’ (1859); ‘Exposition of the False Medium, and Barriers Excluding Men of Genius from the Public’ (1883). (See Critical and Biographical Introduction).