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The book of the dead. By George H. Boker.

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ISBN 101425517617
ISBN 139781425517618
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The book of the dead by Boker, George H. (George Henry), Publication date Topics Book of the dead Publisher Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott & Co.

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Boker attended Princeton, where he garnered a reputation as a talented young poet, and eventually abandoned law. George Henry Boker was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on October 6, Boker's major works included plays such as Calaynos (), The Betrothal (), Anne Boleyn (), and Leonor de.

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Boker died in in Philadelphia. His father, Charles S. Boker, was also a director of the Mechanics’ bank, and later was president of the much larger Girard Bank during the financial crisis. The “Legend of the Hounds” tale of Lebanon County was largely popularized by the famed poem penned by George H.

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The book I read is The Dead by Charlie Higson. In this book it begins one year earlier than the first book. A disease has struck every one of the age of sixteen.

The adults are either /5. In a Febru interview withGeorge A. Romero reminds us, “There was a collection of stories called Book of the Dead, in which horror and science-fiction writers came togethe. George Henry Boker (October 6, - January 2, ) was an American poet, playwright, and diplomat.

Boker was in the American Diplomatic Service. Among his dramas, generally tragedies, are Occupation: poet, playwright, diplomat. The Book of the Dead '"On Board the Cumberland" Works about "Boker, George Henry," in A Short Biographical Dictionary of English Literature, by John William Cousin, London: J.

Dent &. Another volume of note, The Book of the Dead, includes a series of poems Boker wrote to defend his father's reputation following his death and a lawsuit by the Girard Bank. This collection documents.

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Ann Arbor, Author: George H. (George Henry) Boker.First published in and extensively revised inThe Book of the Dead, loosely inspired by the tale of Isis and Osiris from ancient Egypt, is a sweeping historical romance that tells a gothic tale of .