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Newdigate Prize

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  • Newdigate Prize — Sir Roger Newdigate s Prize is awarded to students of the University of Oxford for Best Composition in English verse by an undergraduate who has been admitted to Oxford within the previous four years. It was founded by Sir Roger Newdigate, Bt… …   Wikipedia

  • Newdigate Prize — ▪ British literary prize       poetry prize founded in 1805 by Sir Roger Newdigate and awarded at the University of Oxford. The award is given annually for the best student poem of up to 300 lines on a given subject. The winner recites the poem… …   Universalium

  • Newdigate — This article is about the village. For the poet, see Roger Newdigate. For the award, see Newdigate Prize. Coordinates: 51°10′43″N 0°16′42″W / 51.1786°N 0.2782° …   Wikipedia

  • NEWDIGATE, SIR ROGER —    born in Warwickshire; represented Oxford in Parliament, and founded the Newdigate Prize for the best English poem by an undergraduate; the winners of it have since distinguished themselves, chiefly in letters (1719 1806) …   The Nuttall Encyclopaedia

  • Roger Newdigate — Sir Roger Newdigate, 5th Baronet (30 May 1719 ndash; 23 November 1806) was an English politician and collector of antiquities.He was born in Arbury, Warwickshire, the son of Sir Richard Newdigate, 3rd Baronet (who died in 1727) and inherited the… …   Wikipedia

  • Gaisford Prize — The Gaisford Prize is a prize in the University of Oxford, founded in 1855 in memory of Dr Thomas Gaisford (1779–1855). For most of its history, the prize was awarded for Classical Greek Verse and Prose. The prizes are now the Gaisford Essay… …   Wikipedia

  • List of prizes named after people — This is a list of prizes that are named after people. For other lists of eponyms (names derived from people) see Lists of etymologies .*Abel Prize Niels Henrik Abel *Akutagawa Prize Ryūnosuke Akutagawa *Ansari X Prize Anousheh Ansari, Amir Ansari …   Wikipedia

  • Oxford University Poetry Society — The Oxford University Poetry Society (OUPS) aims to be the centre of poetic life within the University of Oxford, and was founded in 1946 by Martin Starkie. Contents 1 Society activities 2 Past Presidents 3 See also …   Wikipedia

  • Thomas Llewellyn Thomas — (generally known as Llewellyn Thomas) (14 November 1840 ndash; 12 May 1897) was a Welsh Anglican clergyman and scholar of the Welsh language. He wrote poems in English, Latin and Welsh and worked on a Basque translation of the Old Testament. He… …   Wikipedia

  • Arnold, Matthew — born Dec. 24, 1822, Laleham, Middlesex, Eng. died April 15, 1888, Liverpool English poet and literary and social critic. Son of the educator Thomas Arnold, he attended Oxford and then worked as an inspector of schools for the rest of his life.… …   Universalium

  • List of literary awards — This is a list of literary awards from around the world:Worldwide in scope*Nobel Prize in Literature *Neustadt International Prize for Literature *Astrid Lindgren Memorial Award for children s and youth literature. *Franz Kafka Prize *The… …   Wikipedia

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