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Thomas Sergeant Perry (1845–1928)

Perry, Thomas Sergeant. An American educator, critic, and author; born at Newport, RI, 1845; died in 1928. He graduated at Harvard in 1866; was tutor in German there, 1868–72; and instructor in English, 1877–81. He spent many years abroad, and was a frequent contributor to magazines. His works are ‘English Literature in the Eighteenth Century’ (1883); ‘From Opitz to Lessing’ (1884); ‘The Evolution of the Snob’ (1887); ‘History of Greek Literature’ (1890).