- John Add·ing·ton [ad-ing-tuh n] /ˈæd ɪŋ tən/, 1840–93, English poet, essayist, and critic.
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The “cultural collision of Brits and Yanks threatened but never quite broke the partnership,” writes Symonds.D-Day Was The Largest And One Of The Bloodiest Invasions In History
James A. Warren
June 6, 2014
Symonds denies, however, that Ford modeled Jack Ryan on him.
Author of numerous books of American naval history, Symonds spent almost 30 years as a professor of history at the Naval Academy.
He has not had much leisure for Ruskin and Symonds and Ferrero.The American Mind
He may have been a Philistine, as Mr. Symonds calls him, but he was surely a Philistine of genius.The Palace of Pleasure, Volume 1
"In my opinion, he could easily have been overheard," declared Symonds positively.
Goddard turned and beckoned to Symonds, who had stopped some yards in the rear.
"Captain Lloyd's orders, sir," and Symonds saluted respectfully.
- John Addington (ˈædɪŋtən). 1840–93, English writer, noted for his Renaissance in Italy (1875–86) and for studies of homosexuality