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John Hamilton Reynolds

(1796—1852) writer and lawyer


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(1796–1852),

poet, a close friend and correspondent of Keats. Reynolds published Safie (1814), an oriental novel reminiscent of Byron. The Garden of Florence (1821) contains his most serious work. He had great skill in parody and comic verse; his parody of Wordsworth's Peter Bell appeared in 1819, The Fancy in 1820, and Odes and Addresses (with T. Hood) in 1825.

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