De Vere, Aubrey Thomas Hunt

De Vere, Aubrey Thomas Hunt
De Vere, Aubrey Thomas Hunt
Poet, critic, and essayist, b. at Curragh Chase, County Limerick, Ireland, 10 January, 1814; died there, 21 January, 1902

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