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us: Wright, Stuart, 1948-

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    • Stuart Thurman
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    • us: Wright, Stuart Thurman
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        (edtf) 1948-03-30
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        • Organization: Wake Forest University
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            Wright, Stuart T.
        • Sources

          • found: Freeman, B. H. The Confederate letters ... 1974.
          • found: His James Dickey, a bibl. of his bks., pamphlets, and broadsides, c1982: t.p. (Stuart Wright)
          • found: His Historical sketch of Person County, 1974: t.p. (Stuart Thurman Wright)
          • found: His Dancer's guide to injuries of the lower extremity, c1985: CIP t.p. (Stuart Wright, M.A., Ed. M.A., F.S.S.C.h, (Brit.), M.B.Ch.A)
          • found: CIP data sheet (b. 1948)
          • found: Marquis who's who WWW site, Nov. 18, 2011 (Stuart Thurman Wright; b. Mar. 30, 1948, Roxboro, N.C.; assistant professor of music, Salem College; author of books on history, literature, and Dancer's guide to injuries of the lower extremity)
          • found: Info. converted from 678, 20120924 (b. 3/30/48)
          • found: Stuart T. Wright papers, 1977-1986, finding aid online, Wilson Library at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, October 6, 2016 (Stuart T. Wrightwas born 30 March 1948. He attended Roxboro (N.C.) High School and Wake Forest University, graduating from the latter in 1970 with B.A. degrees in German and music. After attending the London School of Chiropody/Smae Institute in England, he returned to Wake Forest in 1972, and the following year he received his Master's degree in southern studies. His formal academic training concluded with post-graduate work at Wake Forest in American studies in 1975. Since 1977 Wright has published, in the form of broadsides and limited editions, poetry and essays by A. R. Ammons, Fred Chappell, James Dickey, William Goyen, George Garrett, and Eudora Welty, among others. He also compiled bibliographies of several writers, including Andrew Lytle, Donald Davies, Reynolds Price, Robert Morgan, Dickey, and Ammons. He also edited The Conference Letters of Benjamin H. Freeman and The Recollections of A. D. Reynolds. With F. D. Bridgewater, he translated The Great Cavalry Battle of Brandy Station by Heres von Borcke and Justus Scheibert) {}
          • found: Checklist of Works Published by Stuart Wright and Palaemon Press Limited, online finding aid, Duke University Libraries, David M. Rubinstein Rare Books & Manuscript Library, October 6, 2016 (editor, publisher, and translator Stuart Wright founded the Palaemon Press Limited in Winston Salem, North Carolina, in 1977. Wright also published works under his own name. Stuart Wright (1948-) was born in Roxboro, North Carolina. He graduated from Wake Forest University (WFU) with B.A. degrees in German and Music. He later completed two master's degrees at WFU: the first in Southern Studies (1973) and the second in U.S. History (1980). In 1983 he became a Lecturer in Education at the university. He compiled bibliographies of Ammons, Donald Davie, Dickey, Eberhart, Garrett, William Goyen, Randall Jarrell, Andrew Lytle, Walker Percy, Price and Peter Taylor, as well as checklists of the writings of Henry Taylor, Robert Morgan and Charles Wright. Wright edited The Conference Letters of Benjamin H. Freeman and The Recollections of A. D. Reynolds. He translated Colonel Heros von Borcke's Journal, 26 April - 8 October 1862, and he and F. D. Bridgewater translated The Great Cavalry Battle of Brandy Station by Heros von Borcke and Justus Scheibert (both published by Palaemon Press). Wright was a member of the Grolier Club from 1980 to 1998. He currently lives in England) {}
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          • 1979-07-25: new
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