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Lionel Johnson


British isles poet, author, and critic whose works are the Dark Angel and Ireland and Various other Poems. He was an associate from the Rhymers’ Membership, a past due eighteenth and early nineteenth-century band of London poets. He examined at New University, Oxford with Winchester University. He changed into Catholicism in 1891. He resided a lonely lifestyle in London and battled with alcoholism. His issues may possess stemmed from his repression of his homosexuality. Johnson’s vital sonnet, “The Destroyer of the Spirit,” was fond of his (previous) friend Oscar Wilde, with whom he previously had a falling out in clumps.

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Date Of Birth March 15, 1867
Died October 4, 1902, Fleet Street, London, United Kingdom
Place Of Birth England
Profession Poet
Education New College, Oxford
Nationality English
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