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Shippey, T. A

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Personal name headingShippey, T. A.
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Variant(s)Shippey, Tom, 1943-
Shippey, Thomas Alan, 1943-
Shippi, Tom A., 1943-
See alsoHolm, John
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Associated countryEngland United States
Associated placeSaint Louis (Mo.)
LocatedDorset (England)
Birth date1943-09-09
Place of birthCalcutta (India)
Field of activityEnglish philology
English philology--Middle English, 1100-1500
AffiliationSt. Louis University
Profession or occupationEnglish teachers
Found inOld English verse, 1972: title page (T. A. Shippey)
Fictional space, 1991: title page (edited by Tom Shippey)
Beowulf, 1998: CIP title page (T.A. Shippey) data sheet (born September 9, 1943) book title page (edited by T.A. Shippey [and 1 other])
Appropriating the Middle Ages, 2001: CIP title page (Tom Shippey) data sheet (Thomas Alan Shippey)
Medievalism in the modern world, 1998: title page (Tom Shippey) page xi (Saint Louis University)
Shippey, T. A. Doroga v sredʹzemlʹe, 2003: title page (Tom A. Shippi) added title page (T.A. Shippey)
Ansible, WWW site, July 19, 2007: 80 (John Holm is Tom Shippey)
J.R.R. Tolkien, author of the century, 2000: title page (T.A. Shippey)
Constructing nations, reconstructing myth : essays in honour of T.A. Shippey, 2007: title page (T.A. Shippey)
Saint Louis University, English Department website, viewed July 19, 2007 (T.A. Shippey; has also collaborated with Harry Harrison on West of Eden and Hammer and the Cross)
Old English philology, 2016: title page (Tom Shippey) page x (Walter J. Ong Chair of the Humanities and Professor of English, Emeritus at St. Louis University)
Wikipedia, viewed January 19, 2018 (Tom Shippey; Thomas Alan Shippey; born September 9, 1943, in Calcutta, British India; British scholar and retired professor of Middle and Old English literature; PhD from Cambridge University in 1990; taught at Saint Louis University from 1996 until his retirement in 2008; now resides in Dorset)
Associated languageeng