Kozol Awarded Prize, Baris, Favro, Robbins Also Receive Honors
Jonathan Kozol '58 has been awarded the Winthrop Sargent Prize of $150 for an essay entitled, "The Metaphysical Bravado of Shakespeare's Hamlet," Sargent Kennedy, Secretary of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences, announced recently.
In a second award, Mrs. Sharon Deykin Baris, Radcliffe '58 received the Helen Choate Bell prize of $400 for 1957-58. Her award-winning essay was entitled, "Hawthorne's Use of the Crowd."
Two graduate students have also been recognized with awards. Lawrence D. Favro, 4G has received the David J. Robbins prize of $260 to be used for cultural activities and recreation. The $500 David A. Wells prize was granted to Richard E. Caves, Ph.D. for his thesis entitled, "Recent Developments in General-Equilibrium International Trade Theory."