Author:Thomas Brown Rudmose-Brown

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Thomas Brown Rudmose-Brown

Friherre; Irish linguist and author; Professor of Romance Languages in the University of Dublin


  • Etude de Versification comparée (1903)
  • Racine's Andromaque (1917)
  • French Literary Studies (1917)
  • Walled Gardens (1918)
  • French Composition (1920)
  • Corneille's La Galerie de Palais (1920)
  • French Literature (1921)

Works about Rudmose-Brown[edit]

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