Francis Macdonald Cornford

Standard Name: Cornford, Francis Macdonald

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Family and Intimate relationships Frances Cornford
Frances Darwin married Francis Macdonald Cornford , a classical scholar and Fellow of Trinity . He later became Professor of Ancient Philosophy.
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Cornford, Hugh, Gwen Raverat, Christopher Cornford, Frances Cornford, Gwen Raverat, and Christopher Cornford. “Frances Cornford 1886-1960”. Selected Poems, edited by Jane Dowson and Jane Dowson, Enitharmon Press, 1996, p. xxvii - xxxvii.
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Family and Intimate relationships Frances Cornford
Frances Cornford 's husband, Francis Cornford , died of pneumonia.
Cornford, Hugh, Gwen Raverat, Christopher Cornford, Frances Cornford, Gwen Raverat, and Christopher Cornford. “Frances Cornford 1886-1960”. Selected Poems, edited by Jane Dowson and Jane Dowson, Enitharmon Press, 1996, p. xxvii - xxxvii.
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Stephen, Sir Leslie, and Sidney Lee, editors. The Dictionary of National Biography. Smith, Elder, 1908.
Family and Intimate relationships Jane Ellen Harrison
Apart from R. A. Neil , to whom Hope Mirrlees said she was engaged, Harrison was particularly close, in an emotional although a non-sexual way, to some of her other scholarly colleagues, Gilbert Murray and...
Friends, Associates Frances Cornford
Frances's association with Rupert Brooke began with the rehearsals for the play and grew into friendship. They discussed their poetry with each other, and Frances counselled and consoled Rupert in his many love affairs. She...
Intertextuality and Influence Jane Ellen Harrison
Though her influence is not always explicitly acknowledged, JEH made a profound impact on twentieth-century classical scholarship. Her work colours studies not only by Gilbert Murray and Francis Cornford (discussed above), but also by E. R. Dodds
Occupation Jane Ellen Harrison
While highly innovative and thus sometimes controversial, JEH 's work was supported, as well as challenged, by a wide range of scholarly and critical sources. At Cambridge, she collaborated with colleagues including William Ridgeway ,...
Textual Features Jane Ellen Harrison
Departing from studies of the vegetation spirit undertaken by such scholars as J. G. Frazer and Wilhelm Mannhardt , Harrison argues for the significance of the year spirit as the embodiment not of the formal...
Textual Production Frances Cornford
Frances Cornford assisted with her husband 's translation of Plato 's Republic. He dedicated it to her, in gratitude for many hours patiently given to the amendment of this version by one whose sense...
Textual Production Jane Ellen Harrison
Harrison was always engaged in debates with her colleagues at Cambridge and elsewhere: her writing here was inspired in part by Gilbert Murray 's unorthodox translation of Euripides ' Hippolytus, published in 1902. Both...

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