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HUNT, Theodore Whitefield, author, born in Metuehen, New Jersey. 19 February, 1844. He was graduated at Princeton in 1865, and after teaching and studying in the Union seminary of New York city, entered Princeton theological seminary, where he spent one year, and was graduated in 1869. In 1868-'71 he was tutor in Princeton, and, after spending two years in the University of Berlin, became professor of rhetoric and English literature. In 1880 Lafayette college conferred on him the degree of Ph.D. Professor Hunt has contributed to reviews and periodicals, and has published "Caedmon's Exodus and Daniel" (Boston, 1883); "Principles of Written Discourse" (New York, 1884); and "English Prose and Prose Writers" (1887)
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