Nathan H. Dole

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Nathan Haskell Dole


Nathan Haskell Dole (1852-1935) was an American editor, translator, and author, born at Chelsea, Mass. He attended Phillips Academy, Andover, and graduated at Harvard University in 1874. He was for some time active as a writer and journalist in Philadelphia, New York, and Boston. He translated, notably, many of the works of Tolstoi, and books of other Russians; novels of the Spaniard Valdés (1886-90); a variety of works from the French and Italian. His editorial labors, varied and extensive, include:

  • Omar Khayyám (1896)
  • Tolstoi's Collected Works (20 volumes, 1899)
  • Poetical Works of Keats and Shelley (1905)
  • Vocations (10 volumes, with William DeWitt Hyde and Carolyn Ticknor, 1909-10)

Among his original writings are:

  • A Score of Famous Composers (1891)
  • The Hawthorne Tree and other Poems (1895)
  • Joseph Jefferson at Home (1898)
  • Life of Count Tolstoi (1911)
  • The Spell of Switzerland (1913)

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