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Augustine Joseph Hickey Duganne (1823–1884) was a Civil War era American poet, playwright, and dime novelist. He is the author of Camps and Prison (1865), a vivid account of his Civil War experiences as a Union officer.
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"Pleasure which must be enjoyed at the expense of another's pain, can never be enjoyed by a worthy mind. Pleasure's couch is virtue's grave."
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- "Augustine Joseph Hickey Duganne". http://www.answers.com/topic/augustine-joseph-hickey-duganne?cat=entertainment. Retrieved February 28, 2010.