William Paton Ker

Standard Name: Ker, William Paton
Used Form: W. P. Ker


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Instructor John Oliver Hobbes
She also enrolled in a classics course at University College , London. While there she studied with W. P. Ker (an important figure in the development of English literature as an academic subject), and...
Instructor Storm Jameson
SJ first planned to write her graduate thesis on representations of pantheism in French and German literature. Following consultation with W. P. Ker at University College , she changed it to a study of modern...
Instructor Freya Stark
She undertook a broad programme of study, which included courses in English history, Shakespeare, Latin, and mathematics. She was most influenced by her instructor William Paton Ker , an internationally-distinguished scholar and chair of Scandinavian...
Intertextuality and Influence Freya Stark
FS established an instant literary reputation with her travel book The Valleys of the Assassins, about her research in remote parts of Persia. She dedicated the book to one of her mentors, Professor...
Performance of text Helen Waddell
This work arose out of the W. P. Ker Lecture which HW delivered at Glasgow University on 28 October 1947, after a year's delay from the date at first proposed. Monica Blackett includes the text...
Publishing John Oliver Hobbes
JOH 's non-fiction included travel essays in epistolary form written while in Delhi for the durbar for Edward VII in early 1903. These were originally published in England in the Daily Graphic and in the...


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