Aubrey de Vere
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- Aubrey De Vere a.k.a. Aubrey Thomas de Vere was an Irish poet and critic.
- born on (201 years ago)
- education: Trinity College, Dublin
- died on (112 years ago)
- written works: "The Legends Of St. Patrick", "The poetical works of Aubrey de Vere", "Antar And Zara, An Eastern Romance", "May carols", "Religious problems of the nineteenth century", "Mediaeval records and sonnets", "The foray of queen Meave", "Poems of Aubrey De Vere", "Picturesque Sketches in Greece and Turkey", "Selections From The Poems Of Aubrey De Vere", "The church settlement of Ireland, or, Hibernia pacanda", "The sisters; and Inisfail", "The sisters", "The household poetry book", "English misrule and Irish misdeeds", "The fall of Rora", "Pleas for secularization", "Irish Odes And Other Poems", "Legends and records of the Church and the empire", "St. Thomas of Canterbury", "Recollections of Aubrey De Vere", "Alexander the Great", "Julian the apostate", "Legends and records of the church and empire", "Legends of the Saxon saints", "The legends of Saint Patrick", "The Waldenses"
- Aubrey de Vere was the son of John de Vere, 15th Earl of Oxford and Elizabeth de Vere, Countess of Oxford.
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