Dubus, Andre, 1936-1999

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Writer of novels and short stories born in Louisiana.

From the description of Andre Dubus collection, 1966-1988. (Xavier University of Louisiana). WorldCat record id: 35288812

Lake Charles born author of short stories and novels. Educated at Christian Brothers Catholic school in Lafayette and McNeese State College in Lake Charles. Spent five years in the Marine Corps where he gathered material for his first novel, The Lieutenant. Spent two years with the Writer's Workshop at the University of Iowa where he received a M.F.A. degree in 1965. Taught at Bradford College in Bradford, Massachusetts, from 1966-1984. Second novel entitled Voices from the Moon. First non-fiction book entitled Broken Vessels. Has received numerous writing awards for short stories, his primary form of fiction writing.

From the description of Andre Dubus collection, 1960's- (McNeese State University). WorldCat record id: 36971169

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creatorOf David R. Godine, Publisher. Records, 1965-1990. Getty Research Library
referencedIn Festinger, Rob. In the bedroom: typescript, n.d. New York Public Library System, NYPL
creatorOf Dubus, Andre, 1936-1999. Andre Dubus collection, 1966-1988. Xavier University of Louisiana, XULA
creatorOf Dubus, Andre, 1936-1999. Andre Dubus collection, 1960's- McNeese State University, Lether E. Frazar Memorial Library
creatorOf Pancake, Breece D'J, d. 1979. Papers, 1961-1990 chiefly of Pancake's literary executor John Casey [manuscript]. University of Virginia. Library
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associatedWith Pancake, Breece D'J, d. 1979. person
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Birth 1936-08-11

Death 1999-02-24

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