Walter Alleyne Ireland

Alleyne Ireland

Walter Alleyne Ireland
1877 -1954

Walter Alleyne Ireland Biography

Walter Alleyne Ireland (1877-1954) was an English scholar and writer, best known for his extensive research and writings on the life and works of William Shakespeare.

Born in London, England, Ireland attended Oxford University, where he studied classics and modern languages. He later worked as a schoolteacher and a lecturer, and published several books on Shakespeare's life and works, including "Shakespeare's Legal Acquirements Considered" (1907), "The Beginnings of the English Romantic Movement" (1924), and "Shakespeare and the Bible" (1935).

Ireland's most significant contribution to Shakespearean scholarship was his work as the editor of the "New Variorum Shakespeare" series, a comprehensive collection of Shakespeare's plays and poems, published by the Modern Language Association of America. Ireland edited several volumes in the series himself, and also collaborated with other Shakespearean scholars on various volumes.

In addition to his scholarly work, Ireland was a prolific writer of fiction and non-fiction, and also worked as a translator. He died in 1954 in Sussex, England, at the age of 77.

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