DAOUD, Edward (Dowden Edward)( Irish writer, literary historian.)
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Biography DAOUD, Edward (Dowden Edward)
Born May 3, 1843 in Cork. Educated at Queens College in Cork and Dublin's Trinity College (1862), where in 1867 headed the Department of Rhetoric and English Literature. He was a lecturer at Oxford University Program Taylor (1889), in Cambridge, Trinity College - Program Clark (1892-1895). In 1896, lectured at the celebration of the sixtieth anniversary of Princeton University (USA). Dowd tried his hand at poetry (a collection published in 1876), . but in the history of literature, he remained on the works of Shakespeare (Shakespeare: the critical study of his views and creativity - Shakespeare: A Critical Study of His Mind and Art, . 1875) and literary biographies, . first of all - a biography of Shelley (1886), . prompted Mark Twain delivered his famous essay In Defense of Harriet Shelley,
. Daoud died April 4, 1913.