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Hannah Cowley
also called Anna Matilda

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  1. an English dramatist and poet

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  2. born on 14 March 1743

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  3. George Hargrave, who is home from college, is overjoyed to learn that Emily, the mysterious runaway whom his godfather, Mr. Drummond, has taken in, is the same young lady he fell in love with at a recent masquerade

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  4. died on 11 March 1809

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  5. Although Cowley’s plays and poetry did not enjoy wide popularity after the nineteenth century, critic Melinda Finberg rates Cowley as “one of the foremost playwrights of the late eighteenth century” whose “skill in writing fluid, sparkling di

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