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|Birth:||14th March, 1844|
|Death:||30th January, 1881|
Arthur William Edgar O'Shaughnessy was a British poet of Irish descent, born in London. He published his first collection of poetry, Epic of Women, in 1870, followed two years later by Lays of France in 1872, and then Music and Moonlight in 1874. When he was thirty he married and did not produce any more volumes of poetry for the last seven years of his life. His last volume, Songs of a Worker, was published posthumously in 1881.
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