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

Rose Terry Cooke (1827–1892)

Cooke, Mrs. Rose (Terry). A distinguished American poet and short-story writer; born at West Hartford, CT, Feb. 17, 1827; died at Pittsfield, MA, July 18, 1892. Her complete poems were published in 1888: ‘The Gentian’ and ‘The Two Villages’ are good representatives. Her best short stories treat of New England rural life. The novel ‘Steadfast’ appeared in 1889. (See Critical and Biographical Introduction).