Alfred William Pollard est un bibliographe et bibliothécaire britannique né le 14 août 1859 à Londres et mort le 8 mars 1944 à Wimbledon.Après des études à la King's College School de Londres et au St John's College de l'université d'Oxford, Alfred Pollard rejoint la bibliothèque du British Museum (aujourd'hui la British Library) en 1883, comme assistant au département des imprimés. Il en devient directeur adjoint (assistant keeper) en 1909 et directeur (garde, keeper) en 1919.

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  • Alfred William Pollard est un bibliographe et bibliothécaire britannique né le 14 août 1859 à Londres et mort le 8 mars 1944 à Wimbledon.Après des études à la King's College School de Londres et au St John's College de l'université d'Oxford, Alfred Pollard rejoint la bibliothèque du British Museum (aujourd'hui la British Library) en 1883, comme assistant au département des imprimés. Il en devient directeur adjoint (assistant keeper) en 1909 et directeur (garde, keeper) en 1919. Professeur de bibliographie anglaise à l'université de Londres, secrétaire honoraire de la Bibliographical Society (1893-1934), responsable pendant plus de trente ans de la revues The Library (1903-1934), A. W. Pollard est l'auteur avec G.R. Redgrave du Short-Title Catalogue of English Books Printed in England,Scotland, and Ireland, and of English books Printed Abroad, 1475-1640 (Londres, 1926), première tentative de bibliographie nationale, qui préfigure de nombreux travaux actuels.Il a publié sur un grand nombre de sujets touchant à la littérature anglaise. Il a notamment édité des œuvres de Thomas Malory et une collection de « Fifteenth Century Poetry and Prose ». Ses rigoureux travaux sur Shakespear ont joué un grand rôle dans l'appréhension actuelle de son œuvre.
  • Alfred William Pollard (Londra, 1859 – 8 marzo 1944) è stato un bibliografo inglese, divenuto celebre soprattutto per aver portato ad un livello superiore di rigore critico gli studi sulle opere di William Shakespeare.Pollard studiò alla King's College School a Londra e poi al St John's College dell'università di Oxford. Nel 1883 fu assunto al British Museum, in qualità di assistente presso il Department of Printed Books; fu poi promosso assistente conservatore (Assistant Keeper) nel 1909, e infine conservatore nel 1919. Nell'ultimo anno Pollard fu nominato professore di bibliografia inglese alla University of London. Pubblicò il giornale The Library per trent'anni (1903-34), e fu Segretario Onorario della Bibliographical Society dal 1893 al 1934.Fu autore, in collaborazione con G.R. Redgrave del Short-Title Catalogue of English Books Printed in England,Scotland, and Ireland, and of English books Printed Abroad, 1475-1640 (Londra 1926), primo tentativo di redigere una bibliografia nazionale inglese.Pollard scrisse su numerosi argomenti di letteratura inglese lungo tutta la sua carriera; collaborò con vari studiosi di discipline specialistiche; curò la pubblicazione di Le Morte d'Arthur di Thomas Malory, nonché di una collezione di Fifteenth Century Poetry and Prose. Rimase per lungissimo tempo amico del poeta e filologo Alfred E. Housman, e fu collega del celebre studioso shakespeariano Edmund K. Chambers.
  • Alfred William Pollard (14 August 1859 – 8 March 1944) was an English bibliographer, widely credited for bringing a higher level of scholarly rigor to the study of Shakespearean texts.Pollard was educated at King's College School in London and St John's College at the University of Oxford. He joined the staff of the British Museum in 1883, as assistant in the Department of Printed Books; he was promoted to Assistant Keeper in 1909, and Keeper in 1919. In the latter year, Pollard was appointed Professor of English Bibliography at the University of London. He was Honorary Secretary of the Bibliographical Society from 1893 to 1934 and edited the Society's journal The Library for thirty years (1903–34). He received the Society's Gold Medal in 1929.Pollard wrote widely on a range of subjects in English literature throughout his career, and collaborated with various scholars in specialized studies; he edited Thomas Malory's Le Morte d'Arthur, and a collection of Fifteenth Century Poetry and Prose. He was a longtime friend of the poet A. E. Housman, and a close colleague of the prominent Shakespeare scholars Edmund Kerchever Chambers and R. B. McKerrow.
  • Alfred William Pollard (* 14. August 1859 in London; † 8. März 1944) war ein englischer Buchwissenschaftler und Shakespearegelehrter.
  • Alfred William Pollard (Londen, 1859 – Wimbledon, 8 maart 1944) was een Engelse bibliograaf, die het onderzoek van teksten van Shakespeare op een streng academisch niveau beoefende en zo een nieuwe standaard vestigde voor latere bibliografen.
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  • Alfred William Pollard est un bibliographe et bibliothécaire britannique né le 14 août 1859 à Londres et mort le 8 mars 1944 à Wimbledon.Après des études à la King's College School de Londres et au St John's College de l'université d'Oxford, Alfred Pollard rejoint la bibliothèque du British Museum (aujourd'hui la British Library) en 1883, comme assistant au département des imprimés. Il en devient directeur adjoint (assistant keeper) en 1909 et directeur (garde, keeper) en 1919.
  • Alfred William Pollard (* 14. August 1859 in London; † 8. März 1944) war ein englischer Buchwissenschaftler und Shakespearegelehrter.
  • Alfred William Pollard (Londen, 1859 – Wimbledon, 8 maart 1944) was een Engelse bibliograaf, die het onderzoek van teksten van Shakespeare op een streng academisch niveau beoefende en zo een nieuwe standaard vestigde voor latere bibliografen.
  • Alfred William Pollard (Londra, 1859 – 8 marzo 1944) è stato un bibliografo inglese, divenuto celebre soprattutto per aver portato ad un livello superiore di rigore critico gli studi sulle opere di William Shakespeare.Pollard studiò alla King's College School a Londra e poi al St John's College dell'università di Oxford.
  • Alfred William Pollard (14 August 1859 – 8 March 1944) was an English bibliographer, widely credited for bringing a higher level of scholarly rigor to the study of Shakespearean texts.Pollard was educated at King's College School in London and St John's College at the University of Oxford. He joined the staff of the British Museum in 1883, as assistant in the Department of Printed Books; he was promoted to Assistant Keeper in 1909, and Keeper in 1919.
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