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- Albert Cook was an English footballer who played in the Football League for Port Vale, Stockport County and Stoke. He also played cricket for Staffordshire.
- Albert Cook was a 1969 Guggenheim Fellow in Humanities.
- also known as Albert S. Cook Jr.
- born on (90 years ago) in Exeter
- nationality: United States of America
- education: Harvard University
- died on (17 years ago) in Providence
- written works: "The Burden of Prophecy", "Modulars", "Forces in Modern & Postmodern Poetry", "The charges", "Adapt the living", "Changing the signs", "The classic line", "Dimensions of the sign in art", "Enactment: Greek tragedy", "History/writing", "Figural choice in poetry and art", "Oedipus rex", "The meaning of fiction", "Myth and language", "The root of the thing", "Progessions", "Shakespeare's enactment", "Temporalizing space", "Soundings"
- award: - Guggenheim Fellowship for Humanities, US & Canada (Literary Criticism)
- Albert Cook is a stevedore and the father of David Essex.
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by Richard Fleming, Michael Payne
Albert Cook is a professor of comparative literature, classics, and English at Brown ...
by Gerald H. Anderson
The following year Albert Cook married Kate Timpson, a well-qualified nurse. The hospital was accepted and ...
A Colonial Lexicon (1999)
Of Birth Ritual, Medicalization, and Mobility in the Congo by Nancy Rose Hunt
Albert Cook some ten years earlier (in 1938 ), ...
by Terence Diggory
Buffalo, Uni ersity of; Poetics Program Albert Cook ( 1925–1998) was hired as chairman of the English department at the University of ...
by David H. Stam
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An Encyclopedia of Political, Social, and Cultural Change by James Ciment, John Radzilowski
Albert Cook Myers. New York: Charles ...
by Colin Larkin
David Albert Cook, 23 July 1947, Plaistow, London, England. Originally a drummer in the semi-professional Everons, Essex subsequently turned to singing during the mid-60s, and recorded a series of unsuccessful singles for a variety of ...
Encyclopedia of Delaware (2001)
by Nancy Capace
Myers, Albert Cook, ed., Narratives of Early Pennsylvania, West ...
by Daniel G. Reid, Robert D. Linder, Bruce Shelley, Harry S. Stout, Craig A. Noll
Outler, Albert Cook (1908-1989). Methodist” theologian. A noted scholar in historical theology and active in the Faith and Order movement, Outler gained stature as an ecumenical” theologian who ...
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