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Robert Southey (1774 – 1843)

Nationality: British Periods: British: 19th Century

best known for his biography of Horatio Nelson

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The Fall of Robespierre

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Criticism about Robert Southey

Southey; Lesser Poets of the Eighteenth Century
This lengthy analysis of the authors’ lives and work includes sections on “Details of Southey�s Life “, “His Politics”, “Southey as Historian and Reviewer “, “Commonplace Books”, “Southey�s Letters”, “Southey and Dryden “, “Anstey; The New Bath Guide”, “Erasmus Darwin; The Botanic Garden; The Loves of the Plants”, “William Lisle Bowles “, and “Frank Sayers.”
Contains: Extensive Bio, Criticism, Bibliography
Author: George Saintsbury
From: The Cambridge History of English and American Literature Volume XI: English, The Period of the French Revolution

Biographical sites about Robert Southey

Robert Southey
“Short biography with links to sites about important persons in his life.”
Contains: Pictures, Sketch
Author: John Simkin
From: Spartacus Internet Encyclopedia: British History, 1700-1950

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Last Updated Apr 29, 2013