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Richard G. Stern

AKA Richard Gustave Stern

Born: 25-Feb-1928
Birthplace: New York City
Died: 24-Jan-2013
Location of death: Tybee Island, GA
Cause of death: Cancer - unspecified

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Novelist

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: Other Men's Daughters

Father: Henry (dentist)
Wife: Gay Clark (m. 1950, div. 1972, three sons, one daughter)
Son: Andrew
Son: Christopher
Daughter: Kate
Son: Nicholas
Wife: Alane Rollings (until his death)

    University: BA, University of North Carolina (1947)
    University: MA English Literature, Harvard University (1949)
    University: PhD, University of Iowa (1954)
    Professor: Connecticut College (1954-55)
    Professor: Writing and Literature, University of Chicago (1955-2003)

    Fulbright 1949
    Phi Beta Kappa Society

Author of books:
Golk (1960, novel)
Europe: or, Up and Down with Schreiber and Baggish (1961, novel)
In Any Case (1963, novel)
Teeth, Dying, and Other Matters (1964, short stories)
Stitch (1965, novel)
Other Men's Daughters (1973, novel)
The Books in Fred Hampton's Apartment (1973, essays)
Natural Shocks (1978, novel)
A Father's Words (1986, novel)
Noble Rot: Stories 19491988 (1989, short stories)
Shares and Other Fictions (1992, short stories)
One Person and Another: On Writers and Writing (1993)
A Sistermony (1995, memoir)
What Is What Was (2002, short stories, essays)


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