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Tom Hood (1835–1874)

Hood, Thomas, the younger. An English poet, humorist, and novelist, son of Thomas; born in Wanstead, Essex, Jan. 19, 1835; died at Peckham Rye, Surrey, Nov. 20, 1874. He studied at Oxford, and began his literary career there with ‘Pen and Pencil Pictures.’ ‘Quips and Cranks’ was his best production in verse. His successful novels include: ‘A Disputed Inheritance’; ‘A Golden Heart’; and ‘The Lost Link.’