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Fitz-Greene Halleck

(1790—1867)


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(1790–1867),

born in Connecticut, was a leading member of the Knickerbocker Group and co-author with J. R. Drake of the “Croaker Papers” (1819), which catapulted him to fame.

Subjects: Literature.


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