Tom Hood

Tom Hood (19 January 1835 - 20 November 1874), was an English humorist and playwright, and son of the poet and author Thomas Hood. A prolific author, in 1865 he was appointed editor of the magazine Fun. He founded Tom Hood's Comic Annual in 1867.

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... His sister, FF Hood Broderip, wrote a memoir of him that was published with an 1877 edition of his poems ...

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