1 edition of John Drinkwater, 1882-1937 found in the catalog.
John Drinkwater, 1882-1937
|LC Classifications||MLCM 84/1936 (N)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||51 p. ; 24 cm.|
|Number of Pages||51|
|LC Control Number||84147097|
John Drinkwater () Of the six Dymock Poets, John Drinkwater was the most versatile as an artist. He was a poet, playwright, essayist, anthologist, actor, theatre producer and director, in addition to his day-to-day job as manager of Barry Jackson’s Birmingham Repertory Theatre - described by Drinkwater as “the most distinguished playhouse in the country” when it opened in. John DRINKWATER ( - ) This is a volume of poetry by John Drinkwater. The English poet and playwright was a close associate of, among others, Rupert Brooke, before World War I, and continued a successful career as author and playwright after the war and until his death in
John Drinkwater () was an English poet and dramatist. In , he scored his first major success with his play, "Abraham Lincoln." He followed it up with other plays in a similar vein, including "Mary Stuart" and "Oliver Cromwell.". John Drinkwater English dramatist, poet, and critic. Known primarily for his historical dramas based on the lives of such figures as Abraham Lincoln, Oliver Cromwell, and Mary Stuart.
John Drinkwater was born in Leytonstone, Essex, England on June 1, He was the son a schoolmaster who turned to acting. He grew up in Oxfordshire and, left school at He became an insurance agent, but found the work uninteresting and turned to literature. He published his first volume of poetry at the age of Drinkwater, John () Also known as D., J. (John Drinkwater) () Drinkuoter, Dzhon () Inheritance: being the first book of an autobiography / by John Drinkwater Drinkwater, John, [ Book: ] At 3 libraries. This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 55,) June midnight: voice and piano.
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Life and career. Drinkwater was born in Leytonstone, Essex, (now Greater London), to actor/author Albert Edwin Drinkwater () and Annie Beck (née Brown), and worked as an insurance clerk.
In the period immediately before the First World War he was one of Born: 1 JuneLeytonstone. John Drinkwater, London: Times Bookshop, (OCoLC) Named Person: John Drinkwater; John Drinkwater; John Drinkwater; John Drinkwater: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Times Bookshop (London, England) OCLC Number: Notes: Catalog of an exhibition held in the Rare Book room of the Times Bookshop.
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John Drinkwater (–) Biography. Under a tree in the churchyard, opposite the church porch, is the grave of John Drinkwater, the poet and playwright. His second book, Lyrical and Other Poems, was published by Samurai Press, a small, idealistic poetry publishing house, in.
English poet and playwright John Drinkwater was born in London. At he left school to work as a junior clerk for an insurance company in Nottingham. In his poetry, he often related ephemeral imagery to themes of personal growth, war, and natural beauty.
His collections of poetry include Lyrical and Other Poems (), Poems of Men and Hours (), Swords and Ploughshares (), and. Works . William Morris, a critical study () Swinburne () The Lyric () Prose Papers () Lincoln, the World Emancipator () The Pilgrim of Eternity: Byron—a conflict ().
John Drinkwater (), the poet, biographer, dramatist, and theatre manager, was born in Leytonstone, London. He had a distinguished theatrical career, founding and becoming the manager of the Birmingham Repertory Theatre in concerning Drinkwater's 'Byron book'; 19 April28 July9 Feb.
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Albert was born Circa Marchin Warwick, Warwickshire, England. During World War One, when John Drinkwater () was already a recognized actor, poet and playwright in Great Britain, he wrote a drama about Abraham Lincoln (). His play Abraham Lincoln, first performed in by the Birmingham Repertory Theatre, eventually made Drinkwater an internationally famous playwright.