Charles Leonard Moore

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Charles Leonard Moore (1854–1925) was an American poet and essayist, born in Philadelphia. He became a lawyer and in 1878-79 served as United States Consul at San Antonio, Brazil. Besides contributing critically to the Chicago Dial, he published:

  • Atlas (1881)
  • Poems Antique and Modern (1883)
  • Book of Day Dreams (1883)
  • Banquet of Palacios (1889), a comedy
  • Odes (1896)
  • The Ghost of Rosalys (1900), a political drama
  • The Red Branch Cresta - A Trilogy (1904)

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