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Theodore Watts-Dunton (1832–1914)

Watts-Dunton, Theodore. An English poet, novelist, and critic; born in 1832; died in 1914. He was educated as a naturalist and afterwards for the law; made a special study of folklore of the East Anglican and Welsh gypsies. Among his publications are: ‘Jubilee Greeting at Spithead to Men of Great Britain and Other Poems’ (1897); ‘The Coming of Love: Rhoda Boswell’s Story’ (1897); ‘Aylwin’ (1898); ‘Snowdon’ (1901); ‘The Christmas Dream: a Dramatic Idyll’ (1901); ‘The Renascence of Wonder’ (1902).