Fenton, Charles Andrews 1919-1960

Alternative names
Dates:
Birth 1919
Death 1960
Gender:
Male
English

Biographical notes:

Charles Andrews Fenton was born in Springfield, Massachusetts, in 1919. As an author and educator, Fenton wrote such volumes as: The Apprenticeship of Ernest Hemmingway: The Early Years (1954); and Stephen Vincent Benet: The Life and Times of an American Man of Letters (1958). He also edited Best Short Stories of World War II (1957); and Stephen Vincent Benet's Selected Letters (1960). He taught English literature at Yale from 1948-1958. Fenton died on July 21, 1960.

Charles Andrews Fenton was born in Springfield, Massachusetts, in 1919. As an author and educator, Fenton wrote such volumes as: The Apprenticeship of Ernest Hemmingway: The Early Years (1954); and Stephen Vincent Benet: The Life and Times of an American Man of Letters (1958). He also edited Best Short Stories of World War II (1957); and Stephen Vincent Benet's Selected Letters (1960). He taught English Literature at Yale from 1948-1958. Fenton died on July 21, 1960.

From the guide to the Charles Andrews Fenton papers, 1954-1960, (Manuscripts and Archives)

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Subjects:

  • American literature

Occupations:

  • Authors

Places:

  • Spain (as recorded)