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Teacher and Pupil: Henry Tutwiler and William Russell Smith, 1869
Posted on Tuesday May 26, 2020

In November 1869, Henry Tutwiler sat down to review (for the Mobile Register) a translation of the fifth book of the Iliad. A slender volume titled Diomede: From the Iliad of Homer, it was the work of his former pupil William Russell Smith, who had studied under Tutwiler at the University of Alabama more than thirty years earlier.

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