Thomas Bailey Aldrich

Thomas Bailey Aldrich

Thomas Bailey Aldrich
1836 -1907

Thomas Bailey Aldrich Biography

Thomas Bailey Aldrich was an American poet, novelist, and editor. He was born in Portsmouth, New Hampshire on November 11, 1836 and died in Boston, Massachusetts on March 19, 1907. Aldrich began his career as a poet and published his first collection, "The Bells, and Other Poems," in 1855. He later became a novelist, with his most famous work being "The Story of a Bad Boy" (1870), which was a semi-autobiographical novel about his childhood in Portsmouth. In 1881, he became the editor of "The Atlantic Monthly" and held that position for nearly 20 years. Aldrich's poetry and fiction were well-received during his lifetime, and he was a member of the literary group known as the "Fireside Poets."

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