1816/17, Jun 301873, Jan 20
an English-language novelist and poet born in the East Indies or India, who spent much of her life among the English community in Florence. Blagden's earliest pieces were two poems inspired by work by Edward Bulwer Lytton, which appeared in The Metropolitan Magazine in July 1842 and April 1843. Another, entitled "To George Sand on her Interview with Elizabeth Barrett Browning", commemorated a meeting between the two writers in 1852.
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