Hall, Donald

Hall, Donald (Andrew, Jr.)

(1928–  ) poet; born in New Haven, Conn. (husband of Jane Kenyon). He studied at Harvard (B.A. 1951), Oxford University (B. Litt. 1953), and Stanford (1953–54). He taught at the University of Michigan (1957–75), became a free-lance writer in 1975, and worked as a television and radio broadcaster. He wrote plays, literary criticism, children's stories, books about baseball, and a memoir, String Too Short to Be Saved (1961). An editor of numerous poetry anthologies, he is best known as a tough, witty lyric poet, as seen in The Museum of Clear Ideas (1993). He and his wife lived in Wilmot, N.H.
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Pictured are Fiona Adams, Joseph Devlin, Kat Hall, Donald Payne, Tina Costello, |Robert King, Kate Hazlewood, Jonathan Rattley, Val Corinth Dub with the PS1.
Groomsmen were Clayton Davies Carroll Christopher Kyle Clardy, Wesley Denning Hall, Donald 0.
Tries: Senior 2, Hall, Donald, Webb 4, Peacock 2, Burrow, Jones-
LEEDS RHINOS Tries: Senior 2, Hall, Donald, Webb 3, Peacock 3, Burrow, Jones-Buchanan, Diskin; Goals: Sinfield 8/13 Team: Webb, Donald, Smith, Senior, Hall, McGuire, Burrow, Leuluai, Diskin, Peacock, Lauitiiti, Jones-Buchanan, Sinfield (capt).
LEEDS Tries: Hall, Donald 2, McGuire, Smith; Goals: Sinfield 2
Consisting of readings and discussions, these events featured the following leading theatre writers and performers: Eric Bogosian, Sir Peter Hall, Donald Margulies, Suzan-Lori Parks, Culture Clash and The Five Lesbian Brothers.
Another brother of Hall, Donald, said: "I am convinced the evidence will clear him.
Rhinos coach Brian McClennan, whose side outscored Warrington by five tries to four after Ryan Hall, Donald (two), McGuire and Smith touched down, paid tribute to Sinfield.