The autobiography of Alfred Austin, poet laureate, 1835-1910.

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StatementLondon, Macmillan, 1911.
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Austin's Autobiography of Alfred Austin, Poet Laureate, was written in a year and appeared in two volumes in Sherman reported that it is "written with unflagging zest and genuine power in self-revelation.". The Autobiography of Alfred Austin, Poet Laureate, – – Published by Macmillan (London) [2 vols] Trivia.

Austin was caricatured as "Sir Austed Alfrin" by L. Frank Baum in his novel John Dough and the Cherub. He was also the subject of a Vanity Fair cartoon by Spy published on 20 February A Poem – To England.

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Alfred Austin (30 May - 2 June ) was an English poet who served as Poet Laureate of the United Kingdom. Austin, Alfred, The autobiography of Alfred Austin, poet laureate, (London: Macmillan, ) (page images at HathiTrust; US access only).

Alfred Austin DL (30 May – 2 June ) was an English poet who was appointed Poet Laureate inafter an interval following the death of Tennyson, when the other candidates had either caused controversy or refused the was claimed that he was being rewarded for his support for the Conservative leader Lord Salisbury in the General Election of Life.

Alfred Austin was born in Headingley, near Leeds, on 30 May His father, Joseph Austin, was a merchant in Leeds; his mother, a sister of Joseph Locke, M.P. for was educated at Stonyhurst College (Clitheroe, Lancashire), and University of London, from which he graduated in [1]He became a barrister in before leaving law to concentrate on.

In this volume we look at the works of the Victorian Poet Laureate, Alfred Austin.

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Born in Headingly, Yorkshire in Austin went on to graduate from the University of London in Training to be a barrister was a success but his love was literature and he turned to this full time as a novelist, playwright and poet. The autobiography of Alfred Austin, poet laureate, 1 / 5 The autobiography of Alfred Austin, poet laureate, 2 3 / 5 Lamia's winter-quarters 5 / 5.

Austin was caricatured as "Sir Austed Alfrin" by L. Frank Baum in his novel John Dough and the Cherub. References. The autobiography of Alfred Austin, poet laureate, - ; (ISBN ) This biography was taken verbatim from the Wikipedia.

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