Saintsbury, George (b. 1845)

Saintsbury, George, literary critic, born at Southampton; graduated at Merton College, Oxford; was engaged in scholastic work for a number of years at Manchester, Guernsey, and Elgin; in 1876 settled in London, and made a reputation for vigorous and scholarly criticism, devoting much of his time to French literature; elected to the Chair of English Literature in Edinburgh University, 1895; is the author of a “Short History of French Literature,” a “Short History of English Literature,” besides several volumes of essays, &c.; (b. 1845).

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

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St. Vincent, John Jervis, Earl
Sainte-Beuve, Charles Augustin
Sainte-Claire Deville, Henri Étienne
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Saintsbury, George
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