Alfred John Church
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Who is Alfred John Church?
Alfred John Church was an English classical scholar.
- also known as J. Church, Alfred Church
- born on (185 years ago) in London
- died on (102 years ago)
- written works: "Greek story and song", "The Odyssey of Homer, retold", "The Odyssey for Boys and Girls", "The legend of Saint Vitalis", "The Iliad of Homer", "The Iliad and the Odyssey of Homer", "The Aeneid for boys and girls", "Stories of the magicians", "The crusaders", "Pictures from Greek life and story", "The Iliad for boys and girls", "The count of the Saxon shore", "Heroes of chivalry and romance", "Stories from Homer", "The Story of the Last Days of Jerusalem", "Pliny's letters", "Isis and Thamesis", "Helmet and spear", "The story of early Britain", "With the king at Oxford", "The Story of The Iliad", "The Hammer", "Stories from the Greek Tragedians", "The Story Of Carthage", "The chantry priest of Barnet", "The Burning of Rome or a Story of the Days of Nero", "The fall of Athens", "Greek Life and Story"
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A Mary Shelley Encyclopedia (2003)
by Lucy Morrison, Staci L. Stone
Alfred John Church and William Jackson Brodribb. Ed. Moses Hadas. Modern Library ed. New York: Random, 1942. Tasso, Torquato. Jerusalem Delivered.
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