G.M. Cookson





G.M. Cookson


Born
in Northampton, England, The United Kingdom
November 14, 1867

Died
March 06, 1951

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Geoffrey Montagu Cookson was a British civil servant in India who turned to translation later in life, including the complete works of Aeschylus and Faust in English verse. He was related to British naturalist author Hubert Crackenthorpe (born Hubert Montague Cookson).

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Aeschylus

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Four Plays: The Suppliant M...

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Plays of Aeschylus

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