Gosse



[gaws, gos] /gɔs, gɒs/

noun
1.
Sir Edmund William, 1849–1928, English poet, biographer, and critic.
/ɡɒs/
noun
1.
Sir Edmund William. 1849–1928, English critic and poet, noted particularly for his autobiographical work Father and Son (1907)

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