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Lang, Andrew, critic and man of letters, was born in 1844. He was educated at St. Andrews and Balliol College, Oxford, and was elected a fellow of Merton in 1868. Besides doing an immense amount of journalistic work, he has devoted himself especially to scientific mythology, anthropology, and folk-lore. He has translated with Professor Butcher the Odyssey of Homer, and, with Messrs. Leaf and Myers, the Iliad; and has by himself produced fine renderings of Theocritus, of Perrault's Fairy Tales, and of Aucassin et Nicolette. He has also written several volumes of delicate original verse.

“Since the fall, God will not trust us with our own salvation, but it is both purchased and kept by Christ for us, and we for it through faith, wrought by the power of God.”
–Richard Sibbes, The Bruised Reed and Smoking Flax