Henry Cuyler Bunner (3 August 1855 – 11 May 1896) was an American novelist and poet born in Oswego, New York.
== Quotes ==
Love must kiss that mortal’s eyesWho hopes to see fair Arcady.No gold can buy you entrance there;But beggared Love may go all bare—No wisdom won with weariness;But Love goes in with Folly’s dress—No fame that wit could ever win;But only Love may lead Love in.
The Way to Arcady. Compare Louise Chandler Moulton, The Secret of Arcady (1892).Ah woe is me, through all my days Wisdom and wealth I both have got,And fame and name and great men’s praise; But Love, ah! Love I have it not.
The Way to Arcady (1892).
== External links ==
Works by Henry Cuyler Bunner at Project Gutenberg
Free audio recording of "The Nice People" from Librivox
Some H. C. Bunner stories, including 'What Mrs. Fortescue Did' and 'Zenobia's Infidelity' are read in Mister Ron's Basement Podcast