Robert Seymour

Robert Seymour may refer to:

* Robert Seymour Bridges (1844–1930), English poet
* Robert Seymour Conway (1864–1933), British classical scholar and comparative philologist
* Robert Seymour (illustrator) (1798–1836), illustrator of work by Charles Dickens
* Bob Seymour (1916–1977), American football running back

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  • Robert Seymour — (* 1798 in Somerset, England; † 20. April 1836 in Islington), war ein Illustrator der Werke von Charles Dickens und ein Karikaturist. Robert Seymour; Selbstporträt Inhaltsv …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Robert Seymour (illustrator) — Robert Seymour (1798 1836), (Charles Dickens) illustrator and caricaturist.FamilyRobert Seymour was born in Somerset in 1798, second son of Henry Seymour and Elizabeth Bishop. Soon after moving to London Henry Seymour died, leaving his wife, two… …   Wikipedia

  • Robert Seymour Conway — (1864 1933) was a British classical scholar and comparative philologist. Born in Stoke Newington, he was the older brother of Katherine St John Conway. He was Hulme Professor of Latin Literature, at Victoria University, Manchester.Works* The… …   Wikipedia

  • Robert Seymour Bridges — (1844 ), engelsk digter, fik sin uddannelse i Eton og Oxford og studerede derpå medicin i London, hvor han en tid praktiserede samtidig med, at han var ansat ved et af de store hospitaler. 1882 opgav han sin medicinske virksomhed og slog sig ned… …   Danske encyklopædi

  • Robert Seymour (Dickens) — Les Papiers posthumes du Pickwick Club Auteur Charles Dickens Genre Roman humoristique et picaresque …   Wikipédia en Français

  • David Robert Seymour — auch unter seinem Pseudonym Chim bekannt (* 20. November als David Robert Szymin 1911 in Warschau; † 10. November 1956 in El Quantara Ägypten) war ein polnischer Fotograf und Gründungsmitglied der Fotoagentur MAGNUM. Leben Seymour wuchs in Polen… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Bridges,Robert Seymour — Bridges, Robert Seymour. 1844 1930. British poet and essayist who was appointed poet laureate in 1913. He is best known for his philosophical poem The Testament of Beauty (1929). * * * …   Universalium

  • Bridges, Robert (Seymour) — born Oct. 23, 1844, Walmer, Kent, Eng. died April 21, 1930, Boar s Hill, Oxford English poet. He published several long poems and poetic dramas, but his reputation rests on the lyrics collected in Shorter Poems (1890, 1894), which reveal his… …   Universalium

  • Bridges, Robert (Seymour) — (23 oct. 1844, Walmer, Kent, Inglaterra–21 abr. 1930, Boar s Hill, Oxford). Poeta inglés. Publicó varios poemas largos y dramas líricos, pero su fama se debe a sus piezas líricas recogidas en Shorter Poems [Poemas breves] (1890, 1894), donde se… …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • Bridges, Robert Seymour — (1844 1930)    Born to a prosperous Suffolk family, Bridges was educated at Eton College and Corpus Christi, Oxford. He practiced medicine until 1882; after that he devoted himself almost entirely to poetry. He was adviser to the Oxford… …   British and Irish poets

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