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Morgan, Edwin Georgelocked

(1920–2010)
  • Roderick Watson

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Morgan, Edwin George (1920–2010), poet and translator, was born on 27 April 1920 at 60 York Drive, Glasgow, the only son of Stanley Lawrence Morgan (1886–1965), iron merchant, and his wife, Margaret McKillop (Madge) (1871–1970), daughter of William Arnott, director of a ship-breaking company. His parents and grandparents belonged to a typically Glaswegian mercantile middle class, moderately well off and staunchly Presbyterian....

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