Walter Alexander Raleigh
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Who is Walter Alexander Raleigh?
Walter Alexander Raleigh: Sir Walter Alexander Raleigh was an English scholar, poet and author. He was a Cambridge Apostle.
- also known as Walter Raleigh, Sir Walter Alexander Raleigh
- born in (154 years ago) in United Kingdom
- nationality: Scotland
- education: University College London
- died on (93 years ago)
- written works: "The war and the press", "Laughter from a cloud", "The English Voyages of the Sixteenth Century", "The study of English literature", "The war of ideas", "The meaning of a university", "Some gains of the war", "The riddle", "Six essays on Johnson", "The faith of England", "Shakespeare and England", "The letters of Sir Walter Raleigh", "The English novel", "The war in the air", "Poetry and fact", "The Letters of Sir Walter Raleigh 1879 to 1922", "War in the Air. Being the Story of the part played in the Great War by the Royal Air Force. VOLUME ONE", "Short Works of Sir Walter Alexander Raleigh"
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by Alan L. Mackay
Walter Alexander Raleigh 1861-1922 5 In an examination those who do not wish to know ask questions of those who cannot tell. Some Thoughts on ...
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