D. Nichol Smith

David Nichol Smith FBA (16 September 1875 - 18 January 1962) was a Scottish literary scholar and Merton Professor of English Literature at Oxford University.

In 1937, he came out to Toronto to give the Alexander Lectures, he was afterward able to arrange a triumphal progress through the United States, visiting his pupils who were strategically placed across the whole continent. He followed their careers with the greatest interest, and always welcomed them back to his study in 20 Merton Street, where one was sometimes surprised to learn the latest news of what was happening in universities in California or Australia.}} Provided by Wikipedia
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...Smith, David Nichol, 1875-1962. Eighteenth century essays on Shakespeare....
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...Smith, David Nichol, 1875-1962. Characters from the histories & memoirs of the seventeenth century....
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...Smith, David Nichol, 1875-1962. Characters from the histories & memoirs of the seventeenth century....
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