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Aubrey Thomas De Vere (1814-1902) | Limerick Gazette Archives

Aubrey Thomas De Vere (1814-1902)

Aubrey Thomas de Vere (1814–1902) was an Irish poet and critic born in County Limerick, Ireland. Influenced by notable figures such as Lord Byron, William Wordsworth, and John Henry Newman, de Vere’s works are characterized by their serious tone and religious enthusiasm. His poetry, which includes volumes like “The Sisters” and “Legends of St Patrick,” alongside his prose works such as “Essays Chiefly on Poetry,” reflect a deep meditation and devotion. De Vere’s contributions to literature and his role in the Celtic revival are significant, with his work fostering a greater appreciation for Celtic legend and literature.

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