Charles Dudley Warner (1829-1900)
Charles Dudley Warner was an essayist, novelist, and editor. Too nearsighted to go to war, he became editor of the "Evening Press" in Hartford, CT, in 1861. Warner wrote a series of humorous essays about his farm, which Henry Ward Beecher had published as a book, "My Summer in a Garden" (1871), and which made Warner famous. He published nine books of essays and eight travel books about Europe and the American West. In 1873 Warner collaborated with his friend Mark Twain on "The Gilded Age." Warner's complete works appeared in fifteen volumes in 1904.
- 1900 circa 5 years
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