Arthur Henry King is a distinguished poet, Shakespeare scholar, and teacher. A native of England, Brother King obtained degrees from Cambridge University and from Lund University, in Sweden, then went on to join the British Council, where for twenty-eight years he helped direct affairs of education. During this time, he lived in various countries throughout the world and was twice decorated by Queen Elizabeth. Brother King and his wife, Patricia, married after he joined the Church in 1966. In 1971, after several years as Assistant Director-General of the British Council, Brother King resigned to teach at BYU. He taught there until his call in 1986 to preside over the London Temple. Sister King serves with him as matron.
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