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Saturday 11 April 2020

[Answer] “The ___ the theft, the sweeter the honey”: Edmund Clarence Stedman crossword clue

  • “The ___ the theft, the sweeter the honey”: Edmund Clarence Stedman October 8 – , poet, critic, essayist, banker and scientist (died 1908) November 2 – Horace Howard Furness, Shakespearean scholar (died 1912) November 12 – John Martin, U.S. Senator from Kansas from 1893 to 1895 (died 1913) November 13 – …Elaine Goodale Eastman (1863–1953) and Dora Read Goodale (1866–1953) were American poets and sisters from Massachusetts. They published their first poetry as children still living at home, and were included in s classic An American Anthology (1900).. Elaine Goodale taught at the Indian Department of Hampton Institute, started a day school on a Dakota reservation in ...

    In 1884, Mabie was promoted to associate editor of the Christian Union and then elected to the Author's Club, whose members included such men of established reputation as George Cary Eggleston, Richard Watson Gilder, Brander Matthews, and

Answer: SLYER

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