Fb2 Four studies ePub
by Archibald Thomas Strong
|Author:||Archibald Thomas Strong|
|Publisher:||Norwood Editions (1976)|
|Fb2 eBook:||1587 kb|
|ePub eBook:||1865 kb|
|Digital formats:||mbr lit lrf azw|
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Semantic Scholar profile for Archibald Thomas Strong, with fewer than 50 highly influential citations. Four studies : Swinburne's Mary Stuart trilogy, The poetry of Thomas Hardy, The spirit of the Elizabethan age, Tragedy. Archibald Thomas Strong, R. C. Bald. English verse and prose : a new anthology. Archibald Thomas Strong, Ralph Stuart Wallace. A short history of English literature. Archibald Thomas Strong.
Sir Archibald Thomas Strong (30 December 1876 – 2 September 1930) was an Australian scholar and poet. Strong was born at South Yarra, Melbourne, the son of Professor Herbert Strong, professor of classics at the University of Melbourne, and his wife Helen Campbell, née Edmiston. Strong and his family moved to Liverpool, England, in 1883 when Prof. Herbert Strong became professor of Latin at University College, Liverpool.
Archibald Thomas Strong (30 December 1876 – 2 September 1930) was an Australian scholar and poet. Bald at the National Library of Australia. 3 Late life and legacy. Australian literary scholar.
Archibald Thomas Strong's biography and life story. Archibald Thomas Strong was an Australian scholar and poet. Early LifeStrong was born at South Yarra, Melbourne, the son of Professor Herbert Stron.
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amp; Bald, R. (1932). Swinburne's Mary Stuart trilogy. The poetry of Thomas Hardy. The spirit of the Elizabethan age. Preece & Sons Adelaide 1932. Australian/Harvard Citation. Preece & Sons Adelaide. Tragedy.
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Sir Archibald Strong was the son of Professor . Archibald T. Strong was a scholar, a writer whose most successful essay in verse is a translation of the ballades o. . Strong (Professor of Latin 1884-1909), and studied Classics at University College, Liverpool, 1893-96. Strong was a scholar, a writer whose most successful essay in verse is a translation of the ballades of de Banville. His sonnets are excellent whenever he has waited for the impulse that comes unbidden; but when, as in some of the Empire Sonnets, he has attempted to force his muse into compliance, an occasional stiffness of utterance betrays the fact.