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William L. Copithorne '38 of Semerville, has been named winner of the English Sophomore Tutorial Prize essay award, this year for his essay. "The Theory of Characterization in Herole Tragedy."
Honorable mention was given to Roger F. Duncan '38 on his essay. "The Sen Novel from Smollet to Marryatt." The award is a prize of $50 in books.
The judges were: Frank W. C. Hersey '99, instructor of English, Robert G. Noyes, instructor of English, and Philip A, Child, instructor of English.
All essays may be obtained at Holyoke House, in Room 16.
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