Alexander H. Japp
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Who is Alexander H. Japp?
Alexander H. Japp is an author.
- born in (176 years ago)
- died in (110 years ago)
- written works: "Successful business-men", "Three great teachers of our own time", "Some heresies dealt with", "On making the best of things", "Vers de société and parody", "Hours in my garden", "Master-missionaries", "Offering and sacrifice", "Industrial curiosities", "Thoreau: his life and aims", "The circle of the year"
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The Publishers Weekly (1892)
Alexander H. Japp is the able editor of the two handsome volumes in which the material is embraced. The Great Writer: Serie: has had added to it the “ Life of W. H. Thackeray," by Herman Merivale and Frank T. Marzials. “Dr. John Brown ...
Including the Works of Foreigners Written In, Or Translated Into the English Language by Samuel Halkett, John Laing
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