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Coventry Patmore

Birthday: July 23, 1823 (73 years) Died: , 1896 (127 years Ago in United Kingdom)

HomeTown: England, England, United Kingdom

The poem “The Angel in the House” that Coventry Patmore wrote in 1854 about marriage is what brought him the most fame as a poet and literary critic in the United Kingdom. Principles in Art and Courage in Politics are two of his nonfiction books that he has written. Coventry Patmore was born on July 23, 1823 in England, United Kingdom. Coventry Patmore died on , 1896 at the age of 73 years in United Kingdom. Check below for more deets about Coventry Patmore. This page will put a light upon the Coventry Patmore bio, wiki, age, birthday, family details, dating, trivia, photos, lesser-known facts, and more.

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Coventry Patmore Profile Information
Stage Name Coventry Patmore
Real Name Coventry Patmore
Profession(s) Poet,
Birthday July 23, 1823
Zodiac Sign Leo
Death Died on , 1896 (127 years ago) (Age: 73 years) in United Kingdom
Gender Male
Birthplace England, United Kingdom
Hometown England, England, United Kingdom
Nationality British

Coventry Patmore Family

Father: Not Available
Mother: Not Available
Brother(s): Not Available
Sister(s): Not Available

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Coventry Patmore Trivia

  • Coventry Patmore was born in England, United Kingdom.
  • Coventry Patmore‚Äôs birth sign is Leo.
  • It was in 1846 that he first found employment at the British Museum, and he remained in the same position with the museum’s printed book section for the next 19 years.
  • In the book Chance, written by Joseph Conrad in 1913, he was satirically portrayed as the fictitious poet Carleon Anthony, which was not a very positive portrayal of him.
  • He had three different wives during his lifetime. He had three boys and three daughters with his first wife, Emily Andrews. All six of his children were born into the Andrews family. After the death of his second wife, Marianne Byles, he married Harriet Robson and eventually had a son with her. Marianne was his second wife.

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