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A close friend and neighbour of Robert Frost in Gloucestershire, Frost encouraged Thomas to write poetry and together they joined with John Drinkwater, Rupert Brooke and Wilfrid Gibson to form the Dymlock Poets. Thomas is one of sixteen war poets commemorated at Westminster Abbey. He was killed on Easter Sunday in 1917 by an exploding shell at the battle of Arras in France. Although most of his poetry does not deal with the war, but rather with the English countryside, he nevertheless produced many memorable examples such as Lights Out and A Team's Head-Brass. Today, Thomas is considered one of the most influential poets of the 20th century.


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Nicholas P. Cushner, Ph.D., a Latin American history scholar, author and entrepreneur, died in September 2013 in Delaware Heights Nursing Home following a fall several months earlier that left him a quadriplegic. He was 80. Born in Manhattan, he graduated from Xavier High School and was ordained as a priest in the Society of Jesus. He taught high school in the Philippines and earned bachelors and masters degrees from Ateneo de Manila University. Dr. Cushner received a Ph.D. in history from Kings College at the University of London in 1968, then came to Buffalo to teach history at Canisius College. In 1975, Dr. Cushner joined Empire State College as part of the history department. He also worked as a liaison between Empire State College and the local Puerto Rican community. In 1979, he received the Empire State College Foundation Faculty Leadership Award. In 1983, he was named Outstanding Scholar by the Empire State Foundation and was also a Fulbright Scholar. Dr. Cushner rose to full professor at Empire State College and was named an emeritus professor when he retired from teaching. He continued to conduct research and write in retirement. He was a mentor in history and anthropology with the Niagara Frontier Learning Center and an elected fellow of the Royal Historical Society. A widely published scholar, he served as president of the New York State Latin Americanists; a member of the University Awards Committee of the SUNY Research Foundation; and an adjunct professor of Latin American history at the University at Buffalo. He published several books about Latin America and Philippine history and traveled extensively to lecture on historical topics, literature and society, as well as the effects of culture on business. He received a Fulbright Senior Research Grant in 1984 to study in Peru, where he paid particular attention to the role the Jesuits played in the development of agrarian capitalism. He also wrote two contemporary novels, more than 50 articles and book reviews and several travel books. A lifelong entrepreneur, Dr. Cushner spearheaded Walk Buffalo, an early effort to promote the architecture of Buffalo through self-guided walking tours; its guidebook has seen several editions. He lived in many countries, including the Philippines, Italy, Spain, Peru, Argentina, Mexico. He spoke Spanish fluently and did much of his research in Spanish. He is survived by his wife, Janice; two stepsons, P. Christopher Dirr and Matthew Dirr, and a stepdaughter, Patrice Scheyer. The eBooks-Library extends its heartfelt condolences to Dr. Cushner's family. We take great pleasure in hosting two of his works; his novel Conquerors and his collaboration with Marvin Lunenfeld, The Man Who Loved Women Too Much and Other Stories from the Inquisition. He is sorely missed.

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