Symonds, John Addington (18401893)

Symonds, John Addington, English man of letters, born at Bristol; educated at Harrow and Oxford; author of “The Renaissance in Italy,” a work which shows an extensive knowledge of the subject, and is written in a finished but rather flowery style, and a number of other works of a kindred nature showing equal ability and literary skill; his translation of Benvenuto Cellini's autobiography is particularly noteworthy; was consumptive, and spent his later years at Davos, in the Engadine (18401893).

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

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