|Edward L. Hart|
Born and reared in Bloomington, Idaho, Edward L. Hart now resides in Provo, Utah, where he has been a professor of English at Brigham young University for many years. Hart has served as president of the Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association, and has won an award in poetry in the Utah State Institute of Fine Arts competition (1963). In addition to being a Rhodes Scholar (at Oxford University) and a conference champion miler (1939), Hart has published Minor Lives (1971), stories, and numerous poems, articles, and book reviews. His work has been widely anthologized.
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||B.S. Economics, University of Utah|
M.A. English Michigan
D. Phil., Oxford University (Rhodes Scholar).
||He is emeritus professor of English at Brigham Young University. His major area of scholarly interest is English literature of the eighteenth century. Hart has taught at the universities of Washington, Utah, California (Berkeley).|
||Served as president of Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association.|
||Rhodes Scholar (at Oxford University).|
A conference champion miler (1939).
Won an award in poetry in the Utah State Institute of Fine Arts competition (1963).
Received a first prize award in poetry and biography from the Utah State Institute of Fine Arts in 1973 and 1975.
His collections of poetry ,To Utah, won the 1980 AML award for Poetry.