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Rosemond Tuve

Rosemond Tuve, American educator, writer. Recipient Rosemary Crawshay award British Academy, 1949; achievement award American Association U. Women, 1955; American Council of Learned Societies award, 1960. Fellow American Academy Arts and Sciences; member English Institute, Medieval Academy, Modern Language Association (executive council), Renaissance Society American (council), International Federation University Women, Phi Beta Kappa.

Background

  • Tuve, Rosemond was born on November 27, 1903 in Canton, South Dakota, United States. Daughter of Anthony G. and Ida (Larsen) Tuve.

  • Education

    • Student Johns Hopkins, 1926-1928, Somerville College, Oxford, 1928-1929.

    Works

    • Author: Seasons and Months, 1933. Googe’s Palingenius, 1947. Elizabethan and Metaphysical Imagery, 1947.

      A Reading of George Herbert, 1952. Images and Themes in Five Poems by Milton, 1957. Contributor articles learned journals.

    Membership

    Fellow American Academy Arts and Sciences. Member English Institute, Medieval Academy, Modern Language Association (executive council), Renaissance Society American (council), International Federation University Women, Phi Beta Kappa.

    Connections

    • father: Anthony G. Tuve
    • mother: Ida (Larsen) Tuve
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    Born November 27, 1903
    Died December 20, 1964
    (aged 61)
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