Terrot R. Glover

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Terrot R. Glover in 1909

Terrot Reaveley Glover (1869–1943[1]) was a Cambridge University lecturer of classical literature. He was a fellow of St John's College, Cambridge.[2] He was also a Latinist, and is known for translating Robert Louis Stevenson's A Child's Garden of Verses to Latin.[3]

Glover worked as a lecturer for nearly 20 years. He also wrote some widely known books. Among them are The Jesus of History and Poets and Puritans.[2] He was a Public Orator of Cambridge University between 1920 and 1939, until he was succeeded by W. K. C. Guthrie.[4]

Glover was a Baptist. He had six children.[2] He conducted services in Appleton chapel at Harvard University on 19 December 1923 while visiting the university.[5]

Selected bibliography

  • Glover, T. R. (Terrot Reaveley). (1922). The Jesus of history. New York: Association Press.
  • Glover, T. R. (Terrot Reaveley). (1904). Studies in Virgil. London: E. Arnold.
  • Glover, T. R. (Terrot Reaveley). (1909). The conflict of religions in the early Roman empire. 3d ed. London: Methuen & co.
  • Glover, T. R. (Terrot Reaveley). (1904). Studies in Virgil. London: E. Arnold
  • Glover, T. R. (Terrot Reaveley). (1916). Poets and Puritans. London: Methuen & co. ltd..
  • Tertullian, c. 160-ca. 230., Glover, T. R. (Terrot Reaveley)., Minucius Felix, M. (1931). Apology: De spectaculis. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press .
  • Glover, T. R. (Terrot Reaveley). (1921). The pilgrim: essays on religion. London: Student Christian Movement.
  • Glover, T. R. (Terrot Reaveley). (1922). The Jesus of history. New York: Association Press.
  • Glover, T. R. (Terrot Reaveley). (1922). Progress in religion to the Christian era. London: Student Christian movement.
  • Glover, T. R. (Terrot Reaveley). (1922). The nature and purpose of a Christian society. New York: George H. Doran company.
  • Glover, T. R. (Terrot Reaveley). (1932). Democracy and religion... Sackville: N. B., Mount Allison university.
  • Glover, T. R. (Terrot Reaveley). (1917). From Pericles to Philip. New York: The Macmillan Company.
  • Glover, T. R. (Terrot Reaveley). (1924). Herodotus. Berkeley, Calif.: The University of California press.
  • Glover, T. R. (Terrot Reaveley). (1935). The ancient world: a beginning. New York: The Macmillan company.
  • Glover, T. R. (Terrot Reaveley). (1921). Jesus in the experience of men. New York: Association Press.

References

  1. ^ Wood, H. G. (1953). Terrot Reaveley Glover. Cambridge University Press. ISBN 978-1-107-59449-4.
  2. ^ a b c "Janet Glover". The Daily Telegraph. 3 June 2000. Retrieved 27 April 2016.
  3. ^ W. D. Hudson (October 1953). "T. R. Glover Review and Reminiscence" (PDF). The Baptist Quarterly. biblicalstudies.org.uk. pp. 175–182. Retrieved 27 April 2016.
  4. ^ "List". Retrieved 5 February 2017.
  5. ^ "UNIVERSITY CHAPEL". The Harvard Crimson. 19 December 1923. Retrieved 27 April 2016.

External links

  • List of Online Books by T. R. Glover
  • Works by Terrot R. Glover at Project Gutenberg
Academic offices
Preceded by
Sir John Edwin Sandys
Cambridge University Orator
1920–1939
Succeeded by
William Keith Chambers Guthrie


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