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Bernard Kops is a British Dramatist, poet and novelist, born in the East End of London in 1926.
Total Books: 37
His first play, The Hamlet of Stepney Green, was produced at the Oxford Playhouse in 1957. It is considered to be one of the keystones of the "New Wave" in British Kitchen Sink Drama.
Subsequent plays include Enter Solly Gold (1962), Ezra (1981, about Ezra Pound), Playing Sinatra (1991) and The Dreams of Ann Frank (1992, about Ann Frank). He has also written extensively for radio and television.
Kops wrote the television movie script "Just One Kid" for director/producer John Goldschmidt, the film was transmitted on the ITV Network in 1974, and won a Silver Hugo Award at the Chicago Film Festival. Kops then wrote the television mini-series "It's a Lovely Day Tomorrow" for director/producer John Goldschmidt, and this was Nominated for an International Emmy Award for Drama Series in 1976.
He has published volumes of poetry, autobiography, several novels, and a memoir of the East End, Bernard Kops' East End (2006).