Frost, Stanley Brice
FROST, Stanley Brice
FROST, Stanley Brice. Canadian (born England), b. 1913. Genres: Poetry, History, Theology/Religion. Career: Director, History of McGill Project, Montreal, 1974-. Professor of Old Testament, 1956-74, Dean of Graduate Studies and Research, 1963-69, and Vice-Principal of Administration and Professional Faculties, 1969-74, McGill University, Montreal. Publications: Old Testament Apocalyptic, Its Origin and Growth, 1952; The Beginning of the Promise, Eight Lectures on Genesis, 1960; Patriarchs and Prophets, 1963; Standing and Understanding: A Reappraisal of the Christian Faith, 1969; For the Advancement of Learning: McGill University, 2 vols., 1980-84; The Man in the Ivory Tower: F. Cyril James of McGill, 1991; James McGill of Montreal, 1995. POETRY: (privately published) Something for My Friends, 1993; Days of Grace and Favour, 1994; Drawn at a Venture, 1996; Memoranda: Moments for Recollection, 1999; A Tale of Two Books, 2000; Millennial Melange, 2001; Autumn Harvest, Selected Poems, 2003. Address: McGill University, 3459 McTavish St, Montreal, QC, Canada H3A 1Y1.