Gore [2]


Gore [2]

Gore (spr. Gohr), Katharine, geb. Francis, englische Dichterin, geb. 1799 in der Grafschaft Nottingham u. seit 1823 an den Capitän Arthur G. verheirathet; sie schr.: The two brocken hearts u. das dramatische Gedicht The Bond, Lond. 1824; die Romane u. Novellen: Lettre de cachet, Hungarian tales, Manners of the day, The Hamiltons, Mrs. Armitage, The opera, Polish tales, Sketchbook of fashion, Tuilleries, Mary Raymond, Stokeshill plan, The Cabinet-minister; die Komödien: The shool of coquettes, 1831; The kings Saal u. King O'Neil; Castles in the air, Lond. 1847; Cecil, 1848; A Life's Lessons, Lond. 1856; Lords and commoners (Schauspiel). Außerdem bearbeitete sie mehrere französische Bühnenstücke u. componirte einige Volksgesänge, namentlich Burn's And ye shall walk in silk attire.


Pierer's Lexicon. 1857–1865.

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