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Arthur Friedman, American educator.

Background

Friedman, Arthur was born on December 13, 1906 in Maroa, Illinois, United States. Son of Samuel Arthur and Catherine (Edmunds) Friedman.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, University of California at Los Angeles, 1928. Doctor of Philosophy, University Chicago, 1938.

Career

; married second, Marchia Meeker, 1943 (div. 1953); children—Arthur Meeker, Margaret Lois. Married 3d, Ann B. Heekin, 1957.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: (with others) English Literature, 1660-1800. A Bibliography of Modern Studies (3 vols.). 1950, 52, 62. Editor: Collected Works of Oliver Goldsmith (5 vols.), 1966.

      She Stoops to Conquer (Goldsmith), 1968. The Vicar of Wakefield (Goldsmith), 1974. The Plays of William Wycherley, 1979.

      Editor: Modern Philology, 1967-1973. Contributor articles learned journals.

Membership

Member faculty University of Chicago, 1932-1981, successively research assistant English, instructor humanities, instructor English, assistant professor, associate professor, 1932-1952, Professor of English, 1952-1971, distinguished service Professor of English, 1971-1975, professor emeritus, 1975-1981, department chairman English, 1960-1963. Guggenheim fellow, 1957-1958. Member Modern Language Association, International Association University Professors English.

Clubs: Quadrangle (Chgo).

Connections

Married Natalie Pannes, 1936 (divorced 1941). Married second, Marchia Meeker, 1943 (divorced 1953).; married 3d, Ann B. Heekin, 1957.

Children: Arthur Meeker, Margaret Lois.

father:
Samuel Arthur Friedman

mother:
Catherine (Edmunds) Friedman

spouses:
Natalie Pannes

Marchia Meeker

Ann B. Heekin

children:
Arthur Meeker Friedman

Margaret Lois Friedman