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Charles T. Brooks

(1813—1883)


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(1813–83),

Unitarian clergyman of Newport, R.I., mainly known for his translations from the German, including William Tell (1838) by Schiller, Songs and Ballads (1842) by various lyric poets, and Faust (1856), retaining Goethe's meters. He also wrote original occasional poetry.

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