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Ernest James Lovell

educator , author

Ernest James Lovell, American educator, author. Recipient 3 awards literature research and writing University Texas Research Institute. Served with Army of the United States, 1942-1944.; Member Modern Language Association, Keats-Shelley Association, Byron Society England (American committee).

Background

Lovell, Ernest James was born on August 28, 1918 in Roanoke, Virginia, United States. Son of Ernest James and Virgie (Figgatt) Lovell.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Duke, 1939. A.M., Cornell Univercity, 1940. Doctor of Philosophy., Princeton, 1946.

Career

Faculty, University Texas, 1947-1975, Professor of English, 1962-1975. Visiting Carnegie Professor of English, Columbia, 1955-1956. Visiting professor U. North Carolina, 1957.

Works

  • Editor: Lady Blessington’s Conversations of Lord Byron, 1969.

Membership

Served with Army of the United States, 1942-1944. Member Modern Language Association, Keats-Shelley Association, Byron Society England (American committee).

Connections

Married Calista Belle Biles, August 5, 1943. Children: Anne Figgatt (Mistress Frederick Albert Matsen III), James Lloyd.

father:
Ernest James Lovell

mother:
Virgie (Figgatt) Lovell

spouse:
Calista Belle Biles

children:
Anne Figgatt Lovell (Mistress Frederick Albert Matsen III)

James Lloyd Lovell