See also:English man of letters, was educated at Trinity
See also:College, Cambridge, and in 1888 became
See also:master of the college . He was one of the editors of the Journal of
See also:Philology from its foundation in 1868, and was secretary to the Old Testament revision
See also:company from 187o to 1885 . He edited the plays of
See also:Shakespeare published in the "
See also:Press " series (1868–1897), also with W . G .
See also:Clark the " Cambridge " Shakespeare (1863–1866; 2nd ed . 1891–1893) and the " Globe " edition (1864) . He published (1899) a facsimile of the Milton MS. in the Trinity College library, and edited Milton's poems with critical notes (19o3) . He was the intimate friend and
See also:literary executor of
See also:FitzGerald, whose Letters and Literary Remains he edited in 1889 . This was followed by the Letters of Edward FitzGerald to Fanny Kemble (1895), his Miscellanies (190o), More Letters of Edward Fitz-Gerald (1901), The
See also:Works of Edward FitzGerald (7 vols., 1903) . He edited the metrical
See also:chronicle of Robert of
See also:Gloucester (1887), Generydes (1878) for the Early English Text Society, and other texts .
THOMAS WRIGHT (1810—1877)
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