Avery Hopwood: His Life & Plays Hopwood, Avery,. 20th century. Plays / Drama. Women s Studies General.Biography Autobiography. Biography. Dramatists, American. 1882-1928. http://all-computer-books.co.uk/0472109634.html
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ReadingProgrammes 1934-35 LADIES NIGHT author Hopwood, Avery, Mr., 18821928 author Furber, Douglas, Mr.,1885-1961 actor Currie, Rob, Mr. actor Hope, Maidie, Miss actor Howard http://library.kent.ac.uk/library/special/Programmes/prg1935.htm
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Editors And Translators F-M Holcomb, Martha A. Lyon, Translator Holcomb, Thomas Addis Emmett, Translator Holcroft,Thomas, 17451809, Translator Hopwood, Avery, 1882-1928 Hueffer, Francis http://www.worldwide-library.co.uk/Authors/editors_f-m.htm
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PROJECT GUTENBERG ETEXTS AUTHORS IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER 1934 Hawthorne, Julian, 18461934, Editor Healy, Mary Tenney Hickie, William James,Translator Hogarth, CJ, Translator Hopwood, Avery, 1882-1928 Ingram, JH http://www.khsd.k12.ca.us/district/technology_resource/scap/etext_authors.htm
Extractions: Hopwood felt a lifelong and increasing disappointment in his work. His commercial success was spectacular; his artistic aspirations spectacularly failed. So there may have been something remedial in his bequest, a way of assisting young talent to avoid the very temptations he himself perforce embraced. For the award is more than monetary; it entails a laying-on-of-hands, a kind of professional welcome to the world of words.Nicholas Delbanco, chair of the Hopwood Awards Committee, in his new introduction to Avery Hopwood: His Life and Plays by Jack F. Sharrar. The University of Michigan Press re-released the 1989 biography in February. When the playwright Avery Hopwood '05 paid his last visit to Ann Arbor in June 1924, he visited his young frat brothers at the old Phi Gamma Delta (Fiji) house on Oxford Street. After a happy evening of reminiscing and heavy drinking (unbridled intoxication being emblematic of the era), the besotted Hopwood stumbled outside to an awaiting taxi. He turned before entering the vehicle and shouted, "If you never see me again, remember me this way boys!" When Hopwood died four years later, he left hundreds of thousands of dollars as a legacy to his alma mater, stipulating that the money be used to benefit student writers. Since 1930-31, the Hopwood Awards Committee has awarded roughly one-and-a-half million dollars in prizes to 2,500 students.Among the more prominent writers to win Hopwoods are Max Apple, John Ciardi, Robert Hayden, Lawrence Kasdan, Arthur Miller, Frank O'Hara, Marge Piercy and Nancy Willard.
Index Of Stories, Spring 1998 Michigan Today The Life and Times Of Avery Hopwood (1882 1928)-A look, 70 years after his death,at the playwright who established student writing awards that have been http://www.umich.edu/~newsinfo/MT/98/Spr98/mtndxs98.html
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