A Short Biographical Dictionary of English Literature/Bradley, Edward

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Bradley, Edward (1827-1889). -- Novelist, was a clergyman. He wrote under the name of "Cuthbert Bede" a few novels and tales, Fairy Fables (1858), Glencraggan (1861), Fotheringhay (1885), etc.; but his most popular book was Verdant Green, an Oxford Freshman, which had great vogue.