Charles MacKay’s Take On Happiness In His Poem “The Miller Of the Dee”

Charles Mackay (1814-1889) was a British poet and journalist, and the son of a naval officer. He was born in Perth and studied at the Royal Caledonian Asylum, London, and in Brussels. In Charles MacKay's poem, The Miller of the Dee, there was a miller who works hard grinding corn and other grains all day. … Continue reading Charles MacKay’s Take On Happiness In His Poem “The Miller Of the Dee”