Carlos Wilcox

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Carlos Wilcox (October 22, 1794 - May 29, 1827) was a minor American poet.

Born at Newport, New Hampshire, Wilcox was a Congregationalist minister. He wrote a poem, The Age of Benevolence, which was left unfinished, and which was clearly influenced by the work of William Cowper.

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