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The Library of the World’s Best Literature. An Anthology in Thirty Volumes. 1917.

Barrett Wendell (1855–1921)

Wendell, Barrett. An American author and educator; born in Boston, Aug. 23, 1855; died in 1921. He published: ‘English Composition’ (1891); ‘Cotton Mather’ (1891), in ‘Makers of America’ series; and the novels ‘The Duchess Emilia’ (1885), and ‘Rankell’s Remains’ (1886); ‘Stelligeri, and Other Essays concerning America’ (1893); ‘William Shakspere: A Study’ (1894); ‘Literary History of America’ (1904); ‘The Temper of the Seventeenth Century in English Literature’ (1904); ‘The France of To-day’ (1907); ‘The Mystery of Education’ (1909). He was a teacher of English at Harvard from 1880 to 1917.