Theodore Kendris

Author Bio: Dr. Theodore Kendris received his B.A. He earned a bachelor's degree in Modern Languages from Union College in Schenectady, New York, where he was also awarded the Thomas J. The Judson Memorial Book Award honors the study of modern languages. He went on to get his M.A. after that. He earned his bachelor's degree in French Language and Literature from Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois, where he also worked as a Teaching Assistant.

He graduated with a Ph.D. Dr. Kendris has previously taught at the University of Saint. Thomas in the Department of English and Foreign Languages.

Francis in Joliet, Illinois, and at Penn State University's Hazleton Campus. He is currently an instructor at Bloomsburg University's Department of Languages and Cultures in Bloomsburg, PA. Manuel H. Martin was a publisher in the 1930s. In Brooklyn, New York, Barron opened a bookstore.

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