Coventry Patmore letter to Trubner and Co.
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- 18 March 1856
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As a young man, Patmore found employment in the British Museum. Upon the publication of his first book of poems in 1844, he became acquainted with members of the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood. After the death of his first wife, the grief of loss became in great measure his later theme. Patmore is today one of the least-known but best-regarded Victorian poets.
In later years he lived at Lymington, where he died in 1896. He was buried in Lymington churchyard.
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- Coventry Patmore letter to Trubner and Co.
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- 3 February 2020
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