Leigh Hunt

Leigh Hunt was an English poet and critic. He also wrote essays. He co-founded the publication The Examiner and edited magazines like The Reflector. One of his best-known works is ‘Story of Rimini.’ He published a collection of poems entitled Foliage in 1818. It was followed by Hero and Leander.

The Glove and the Lions

‘The Glove and the Lions’ by Leigh Hunt describes the dangerous games of love played in the royal court of the king and the consequences of going too far. 

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