Aïdé, Hamilton (M)

Surname: Aïdé
Forename(s): Charles Hamilton
b. 4 November 1826. d. 13 December 1906. Nationality: Anglo-French. VIAF.
Novelist, dramatist, and poet. Born in Paris but educated privately in East Sheen and Greenwich. Educated at the University of Bonn. Acquaintance of Henry James and Morton Fullerton. Poetry volumes include Eleanore, and other Poems (1856), Songs without Music: Rhymes and Recitations (1882), and Past and Present (1903). Novels include Rita (1856), Confidences: by the Author of Rita (1859), and the posthumously published The Chivalry of Harold (1907). Biographical information: ODNB. (SCM)

Poems associated with this person

Total poems: 6
Poem title Date Periodical Roles id #
A Scandinavian Legend 1862-04-05 All the Year Round Poet 2893
A Roman Tomb 1862-05-17 All the Year Round Poet 2896
Brought to Light 1863-03-28 All the Year Round Poet 3061
The Battle of the Birds. An Apologue 1887 Good Words Poet 5431
The Road that Jesus Trod. (Written between Jerusalem and Jericho) 1888 Good Words Poet 5502
Youth’s Return 1888-08 Atalanta Poet 1785