It's also entirely likely that we have not come of age and I might be the forefather of a hundred generations of priests designated the holy task of worshipping the artefacts.
Furthermore, his post as the forefather of opera was seriously questioned and negated.
John Lounsbury, a forefather of the middle school movement, stated there is ‘a charge to keep’.
Clearly, Smith developed an analysis of lobbying that was the forefather of modern neoclassical political economy.
Take, for example, the fact that while Lovecraft is usually described as a forefather of modern horror fiction, his stories are, to put it bluntly, not very scary.
It was a seminal collection of work, and he was a forefather to the surrealist movement, as I later found out, and was deeply influential to Marcel Duchamp.
They managed to restore the past glory of this forefather of the comic book industry - largely developed by American Jews after the Depression and reaching its heights in the '60s.
My children know that, in addition to their Indonesian and Chinese ancestors, they also have Scottish and Irish forefathers .
Certainly books about books do take us back to our literary forefathers and foremothers and back into the often distant historical past.
It must be an absolute tragedy for people to know that the language of their forefathers and foremothers would possibly be lost.