FOX, Adam. b. Kensington, London, 15 July 1883; d. Westminster, London, 17 January 1977. He was educated at University College, Oxford (BA 1906, MA 1909), becoming an assistant master at Lancing College, Sussex (1906-18). During this time at Lancing he trained for the priesthood at Cuddesdon College, and was ordained (deacon 1911, priest 1913). He was Warden of Radley College, near Oxford (1918-24), before teaching at the Diocesan College, Rondebosch, South Africa (1925-29). He returned to Britain as Dean of Divinity of Magdalen College, Oxford (1929-42), during which time he was elected to the (part-time) Professorship of Poetry at Oxford (1938-43), and he was also a Prebendary of...
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