Albert Léon Guérard
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Albert Léon Guérard (1880–1959) was a prominent scholar of Comparative Literature. Guérard taught at Stanford University for many years. A prolific author, he published works on French and European civilization and world literature.
- Testament of a liberal. Harvard University Press, 1956.
- Art for art's sake. Lothrop, Lee and Shepard Company, 1936.
- Education of a humanist. Harvard University Press, 1949.
- Preface to world literature. H. Holt and Company, 1940.
- Five masters of French romance with Anatole France, Pierre Loti, Paul Bourget, Maurice Barrès, Romain Rolland. Scribners, 1916.
- French Prophets of Yesterday: A Study of Religious Thought Under the Second Empire.(1913) ISBN=978-1-4446-8453-7.
- France in the Classical Age. The Life and Death of an Ideal. Scribners, 1928. ISBN=978-1-4067-0677-2.
- France: A Short History. Norton, 1946.
- Napoleon I. (1957)
- French civilization from its origins to the close of the middle ages. (1920)
- Napoléon III. Harvard University Press, 1943.
- Beyond hatred; the democratic ideal in France and America. Negro Universities Press, 1969. ISBN=0-8371-1918-9.
- "Stanford Historical Society - Memorial Resolution - Albert Leon Guérard" (PDF). Stanford University. Retrieved 29 September 2011.
- Sholom J. Kahn (1989), "Albert Léon Guérard (1880-1959): the Styles of A Humanist", The Virginia Quarterly Review
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