Edward Kennard Rand

Stocker, Arthur F.
December 1982
American Scholar;Winter82-Winter83, Vol. 52 Issue 1, p89
Academic Journal
Discusses the life and works of Edward Kennard Rand, professor of Latin at Harvard University from 1909 to 1942. Rand's exemplification of what he studied and taught; Embodiment of an ideal of social and intellectual virtues; Ways in which Rand was a representative product of old New England; Biographical information; Educational background; Authorship of numerous books.


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