George Crabbe 1754-1832

This is a thematically linked set of pages that explore the life of the poet George Crabbe.

When you open one of the pages you will see a series of links to the other pages down the right hand side. You can use these to navigate from page to page.

Page link: 1. Introduction George Crabbe,1754 - 1832.
1. Introduction George Crabbe,1754 - 1832.
Poet, naturalist, local historian and rector of Muston
Page link: 2. That Boy Must Be a Fool
2. That Boy Must Be a Fool
Crabbe's Early Life 1754 - 1782
Page link: 3.The Duke's Poetical Chaplain
3.The Duke's Poetical Chaplain
George Crabbe at Belvoir 1782 - 1785
Page link: 4. Four Happy Years
4. Four Happy Years
Crabbe at Stathern 1785 - 1789
Page link: 5. The Best Local History I Can
5. The Best Local History I Can
Crabbe's First Years in Muston 1789 - 1792
Page link: 6. Return to Suffolk
6. Return to Suffolk
Crabbe 1792 - 1805
Page link: 8. Vice in Every Village, Poverty in Every Cottage
8. Vice in Every Village, Poverty in Every Cottage
Crabbe 1807 - 1812 The Borough and Tales 1812
Page link: 10. She Is Gone
10. She Is Gone
The death of Sarah Crabbe, September 1813
Page link: 11. Not the Place It Has Been
11. Not the Place It Has Been
Crabbe at Muston 1813 - 1814
Page link: 12. A Literary Celebrity
12. A Literary Celebrity
Trowbridge 1814 - 1832
 

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