Lodge, George Cabot

Lodge, George Cabot

(1873–1909) poet; born in Boston, Mass. (son of Henry Cabot Lodge). He studied at Harvard (1891–95), in France and Berlin (1895–97), then became secretary to his father (1897), and to a Senate Committee in Washington, D.C. He is known for his sonnets, as in The Song of the Wave, and Other Poems (1898).
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