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James Thomson

(1834—1882) poet and satirist


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(1834–1882) British poet

The City of Dreadful Night, and Other Poems (1880) PoetryVane's Story, Weddah and Om-el-Bonain, and Other Poems (1881) PoetryAlfred (1740) Drama

The City of Dreadful Night, and Other Poems (1880) Poetry

Vane's Story, Weddah and Om-el-Bonain, and Other Poems (1881) Poetry

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