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Paul Elmer More

Author Code: APEM

Born: Dec. 12, 1864 - St. Louis, Missouri, USA

Died: Mar. 9, 1937 - Princeton, New Jersey, USA

Educated at Washington University in St. Louis and Harvard University, More initially taught Sanskrit at Harvard and Bryn Mawr for three years before turning to journalism. He worked as both journalist and editor at The Independent, The Nation and the New York Evening Post until 1914. Beginning in 1904, More collected his articles and reviews and eventually published them as The Shelburne Essays in 11 volumes (1921). His first book, Helena and Occasional Poems, was published in 1890. As a literary critic, More expounded New Humanism which sought to promote traditional standards and moral values. In the latter part of his life, More became profoundly religious producing a number of works on Christianity and became one of its most fervent apologists. His other works include Benjamin Franklin (1900), Nietzsche (1912), Paradox of Oxford (1913), Platonism (1917), The Religion of Plato (1921), Hellenistic Philosophies (1923), Greek Traditions (1924-31), The Christ of the New Testament (1924), Christ the Word (1927), New Shelburne Essays (1928), The Catholic Faith (1931), On Being Human (1936) and Pages From an Oxford Diary (1937).

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