George Dyer

(1755—1841) author and advocate of political reform

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published Poems (1792), and various critical essays. He is principally remembered as a friend of Lamb, who writes of him as a gentle and kindly eccentric. He is the subject of Lamb's essay ‘Amicus Redivivus’ in The Last Essays of Elia.

Subjects: Literature.

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