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Thomas Gordon Hake (1809–1895)

Hake, Thomas Gordon. An English poet and physician; born in Leeds, in 1809; died in London, Jan. 11, 1895. His poetry is thoroughly original, but quaint, vague, and subtly philosophical. His works include: ‘Poetic Lucubrations’ (1828); ‘Vates: A Prose Epic’ (1839); ‘New Symbols,’ verse (1875); ‘Maiden Ecstasy,’ verse (1880); ‘A Divine Pastoral’ (1883).