George Edward Bate·man [beyt-muhn], /ˈbeɪt mən/, 1845–1933, English literary critic and historian.
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Mr. Saintsbury remarks that Joinville's work "is one of the most circumstantial records we have of medieval life and thought."
George Saintsbury remarks that those chronicles "are by universal consent among the most attractive works of the Middle Ages."
George Saintsbury has described Madame de Sévigné as "the most charming of all letter-writers in all languages."
Montesquieu is declared by Mr. Saintsbury to deserve the title of "the greatest man of letters of the French eighteenth century."
What was said very unfairly of Tyndale's work may be said with literal truth of Professor Saintsbury's.Ephemera Critica | John Churton Collins
British Dictionary definitions for Saintsbury
George Edward Bateman. 1845–1933, British literary critic and historian; author of many works on English and French literature
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