Mediaeval French Literature ePub download
by Jessie Crosland
- ISBN: 0837189713
- ISBN13: 978-0837189710
- ePub: 1575 kb | FB2: 1687 kb
- Language: English
- Publisher: Greenwood Press,London; New edition edition (February 1977)
- Pages: 266
- Rating: 4.9/5
- Votes: 759
- Format: mobi lrf lit docx
Jessie Crosland, née Raven (1879-1973) was a scholar of medieval French literature, Lecturer in French at Westfield College. Jessie Raven was the youngest daughter of the Plymouth Brethren preacher Frederick Edward Raven (1837-1903).
Jessie Crosland, née Raven (1879-1973) was a scholar of medieval French literature, Lecturer in French at Westfield College. She married Joseph Beardsall Crosland, a civil servant whom she met through the Brethren, in 1904.
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