Henry Alfred Todd
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Henry Alfred Todd, Ph. D. (1854–1925) was an American Romance philologist, born at Woodstock, Ill. He was educated at Princeton (A.B., 1876), and at Paris, Berlin, and Madrid, (1880–83), and at Johns Hopkins University (Ph. D, 1885), where he taught for several years. He held the chair or Romance languages at Stanford, 1891–93, and became professor of Romance philology at Columbia. In 1906 he was president of the Modern Language Association of America.
- La panthère d'amours, an allegorical poem of the thirteenth century, the first text to be edited by a foreigner in the series of the Société des anciens textes français (1883).
- Guillaume de Dole (1887)
- La naissance du Chevalier au Cygne (1889)
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