Francis Hodgson

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Francis Hodgson

Subject

The correspondence Byron wrote and some of which he received during the tour.

Description

Byron's friend

Creator

Paul M Curtis

Source

Byron, George Gordon, Lord. Byron’s Letters and Journals. Ed. Leslie A. Marchand. 13 vols. London: John Murray 1973–94.
Peter S Cochran's website: https://petercochran.wordpress.com/byron-2/byron/

Publisher

The Byron Online Project: http://byrononlineproject.com/

Date

13 April 2014

Contributor

Paul M Curtis

Rights

This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License.

Relation

David Radcliffe's "Lord Byron and his Times:"
http://www.lordbyron.org/

Language

English

Type

Person

Identifier

FrHodgson

Coverage

English Romanticism, George Gordon, sixth Baron Byron, 1788-1824; 1809-1811

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Birth Date

16 November 1781

Birthplace

Croydon, Surrey

Death Date

29 December 1852

Occupation

Poet, Minister, Headmaster Eton College

Biographical Text

Francis Hodgson, scholar, writer, and eventually clergyman, was a resident tutor at Cambridge when he became Byron's friend. His Translation of Juvenal (1807), like English Bards, had been harshly treated in the Edinburgh Review. BB 55n

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http://www.oxforddnb.com/view/article/13436

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Paul M Curtis, “Francis Hodgson,” ByronOnlineProject, accessed December 19, 2018, http://byrononlineproject.com/items/show/167.

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