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Styron, William

Nov 25, 2012 — The momentous life of Pulitzer Prize winner William Styron is now chronicled in more than 1,000 of his letters compiled by his widow, Rose Styron. The collection is called, Selected Letters of William Styron.
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Mar 21, 2012 — Poet Billy Collins revels in his love of words, while debut novelist Cara Hoffman brings poetry to a murder mystery. In nonfiction, historian Adam Hochschild takes a fresh look at WWI, former CIA operative Robert Baer tells the story of his marriage to another spy, and Alexandra Styron comes to terms with her famous novelist father, William Styron.
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Apr 28, 2011 — In her memoir, William Styron's daughter Alexandra says of her father: "The novel owned his heart." She looks back at their life, from raucous impromptu piano performances by Leonard Bernstein to his abrupt dismissal of her success as a published novelist.
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