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Philip Drew

Professor of English Literature, University of Glasgow
1925 to 2018

Philip Drew, M.A., born in 1925, was professor of English literature at Glasgow University. He served the university as Gifford Lecturer in Natural Theology in 1983, delivering five lectures on the theme ‘The Literature of Natural Man’.

His published work includes The Poetry of Browning: A Critical Introduction (1970) and a monograph on free will liberty and determinism in literature entitled The Meaning of Freedom (1982). He also edited Robert Browning: A Collection of Critical Essays (1966).

  • Brannon Hancock, University of Glasgow