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Confessions of an English Opium Eater

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Confessions of an English Opium Eater

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Thomas de Quincey

Note: "Quincey" seems to be the accepted spelling rather than the "Quincy" o...

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W. E. H. Lecky

W. E. H. Lecky

Historian. Born William Edward Hartpole Lecky in Newtonpark, County Dublin, Ireland. Initially he studied to be a priest in the Protestant Church of Ireland, but turned to historiography. His chief...

Person, History, Literature, Ireland

1 memorial
Walter Scott

Walter Scott

Writer. Born Edinburgh. Extremely popular in his lifetime, worldwide. Novels include: Waverley and Ivanhoe. Poems: Lady of the Lake. Died Abbotsford, south of Edinburgh, his home since 1812. ...

Person, Literature, Poetry, Scotland

2 memorials
George Lillie Craik

George Lillie Craik

Born Kennoway, Fife. Literary scholar and writer. Created professor of English literature and history at Queen’s College, Belfast in 1849. Buried at Holywood, near Belfast, Northern Ireland.

Person, Education, History, Literature, Ireland, Scotland

1 memorial
Nathaniel Hawthorne

Nathaniel Hawthorne

Novelist. Born in Salem, Massachusetts. His ancestor was John Hathorne, the only judge involved in the Salem witch trials who never repented of his actions. Nathaniel added a 'w' to his name in ord...

Person, Literature, Seriously Famous, USA

1 memorial
Stevie Smith

Stevie Smith

Author and poet. Born Florence Margaret Smith in Kingston upon Hull. She supposedly got her nickname when out riding with a friend, who thought she looked like the jockey Steve Donoghue. Her father...

Person, Literature, Poetry

1 memorial