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James Duff Duff (20 November 1860 – 25 April 1940), known as J. D. Duff, was a Scottish translator and classical scholar best known for his edition of Juvenal. He was a Cambridge Apostle.

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Uniform title: Works. Selections. 1932
by Juvenal
Cambridge : The University Press, 1932
Uniform title: Pharsalia. Latin & English
by Lucan, 39-65
London (England) : William Heinemann ; New York (New York) : G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1928
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Uniform title: Pharsalia. English
by Lucan, 39-65
Cambridge, Mass. : Harvard University Press ; London : William Heinemann, 1928
Uniform title: Works. Selections. 1970
by Juvenal
London, Cambridge University Press, 1970
Uniform title: Works. English
by Tolstoy, Leo, graf, 1828-1910
[Oxford] : for the Tolstoy Society [by] Oxford University Press, 1928-1937
by Silius Italicus
London England) : William Heinemann Ltd. ; Cambridge (Mass.) : Harvard University Press, 1934
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Uniform title: Correspondence. English. Selections
by Cicero, Marcus Tullius
Melbourne : University Coaching College, 1929
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