Samuel McChord Crothers

Samuel McChord Crothers (7 Iunii 1857–November 1927) fuit minister Unitarianus Americanus in Prima Paroechia Cantabrigiae et scriptor librorum commentariorumque populo gratorum.[1][2] Eruditus in Collegio Witebergensi anno 1873 est. Proximo anno, diploma studiorum in Collegio Novae Caesareae adeptus est. Gradum divinitatis in Seminario Theologico Unioniensi Novi Eboraci anno 1877 accepit, cum minister Presbyterianus factus esset. Anno autem 1881 se abdicavit atque ad sententiam Unitarianam anno 1882 traduxit. Subito domi Cantabrigiae Massachusettae mortuus est.[3]

Samuel McChord Crothers.

Opera selectaRecensere

  • The Understanding Heart (1903)
  • The Gentle Reader (1903)
  • The Pardoner's Wallet (1905)
  • By the Christmas Fire (1908)
  • Oliver Wendell Holmes, the Autocrat and His Fellow-Boarders (1909)
  • Among Friends (1910)
  • Humanly Speaking (1912)
  • Meditations on Votes for Women, etc. (1914)[4]
  • "A Literary Clinic," The Atlantic Monthly 118(3), September, 291–301: commentarius ubi vocabulum bibliotherapiam divulgavit.
  • The Pleasures of an Absentee Landlord (1916)
  • The Dame School of Experience (1920)
  • Ralph Waldo Emerson: How to Know Him (1921)
  • The Cheerful Giver (1923)
  • The Children of Dickens (1925)


  1. Editorial (13 Novembris 1927), "Dr. Crothers As Essayist," New York Times.
  2. Eliot 1931.
  3. Staff report (10 Novembris 1927): "Rev. Dr. Crothers Dies Suddenly; Noted Preacher and Author Is Stricken at His Home in Cambridge: A Minister at Age of 19 Often Had Occupied Pulpit at Harvard during Long Unitarian Pastorate," New York Times.
  4. "A contribution to the . . . literature of feminism" that asks women to be "as modest and unobtrusive as men in expressing their opinions" ("The soft answer, The Independent, 7 Decembris 1914.


  • Eliot, Frederick May. 1931. Samuel McChord Crothers: Interpreter of Life. Beacon Press. ASIN B00087IMZ0.

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