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Henry Augustin Beers (1847–1926)

Beers, Henry Augustin. An American author; born in Buffalo, NY, July 2, 1847; died in 1926. He graduated from Yale in 1859, became tutor there in 1871, and professor of English literature in 1880. He published among other works: ‘A Century of American Literature’ (1878); ‘The Thankless Muse,’ poems (1886); ‘From Chaucer to Tennyson’ (1890); ‘Initial Studies in American Letters’ (1892); ‘A Suburban Pastoral, and Other Tales’ (1894); ‘The Ways of Yale’ (1895); ‘Points at Issue’ (1904).