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  • Crosse, Mrs. Andrew [1] 'Croxall's Fables', Browning's early fondness for [1]

    Life and Letters of Robert Browning

  • I just put up a short post at HASTAC recapping the Brian Croxall paper-by-proxy event at MLA for anyone who might have missed it.

    Brian Croxall and “The Absent Presence” at MLA « Gerry Canavan

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    Brian Croxall and “The Absent Presence” at MLA « Gerry Canavan

  • Croxall had tried his hand at farming and in shipping, but failed in both.

    Robert Morris

  • Croxall had tried his hand at farming and in shipping, but failed in both.

    Robert Morris

  • However, from analyses of probable changes in food availability in sub-antarctic waters, Croxall [57] concluded that it was not possible to be certain whether a change in the amount of sea ice would mean more or less prey for seabirds.

    Future change in processes and impacts on Arctic biota

  • Aesop, in his very first fable, (as arranged by good Archdeacon Croxall,) has inculcated but a mean opinion of the cock who forbore to crow lustily when he turned up a jewel of surpassing richness, in the course of his ordinary scratching, and under his own very beak; why, then, should we render ourselves liable to the same depreciatory moral?

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 13, No. 79, May, 1864

  • The book is an unblushing if not an actually piratical compilation; sweeping together, with translations and adaptations published by Croxall himself at various times in the second quarter of the century and probably earlier, most of the short stories from the _Spectator_ class of periodical which had appeared during the past two-thirds of a century.

    The English Novel

  • It was brought to my notice by my friends Mrs. Hubbard and Dr. Sebastian Evans that there is a “Dr.den's Walk” at Croxall near Lichfield.

    The Dramatic Works of John Dryden

  • Presenter Martine Croxall told him "jaws have collectively dropped" after he said: "I go to bed, every night I dream of another recession."

    Evening Standard - Home

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