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Kay Boyle

Kay BoyleBorn: 19-Feb-1902
Birthplace: St. Paul, MN
Died: 27-Dec-1992
Location of death: Mill Valley, CA
Cause of death: unspecified
Remains: Buried, Golden Gate National Cemetery, San Bruno, CA

Gender: Female
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Author, Journalist

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: The Underground Woman

Father: Howard Peterson Boyle (lawyer)
Mother: Katherine Evans (activist)
Sister: Joan
Husband: Richard Brault (1st, French engineer, m. 1922, div.)
Boyfriend: Ernest Walsh (d. 1927, one daughter)
Husband: Laurence Vail (2nd, m. 1932, div. 1943)
Husband: Baron Joseph von Franckenstein (3rd, m. 1943, d. 1963 lung cancer, two children)
Daughter: (b. 1927, with Walsh)

    University: Parson's School of Fine and Applied Arts, New York City
    Teacher: San Francisco State College (1962-79)

    The New Yorker Foreign Correspondent (1946-53)
    Guggenheim Fellowship 1934
    Amnesty International

Author of books:
Short Stories (1929, short stories)
Wedding Day and Other Stories (1930, short stories)
Plagued by the Nightingale (1931, novel)
Year Before Last (1932, novel)
My Next Bride (1934, novel)
Death of a Man (1936, novel)
Primer for Combat (1942, novel)
Avalanche (1944, novel)
A Frenchman Must Die (1946, novel)
Thirty Stories (1946, short stories)
A Smoking Mountain, Stories of Germany During the Occupation (1951, short stories)
Generation Without Farewell (1960, novel)
Nothing Ever Breaks but the Heart (1966, short stories)
The Underground Woman (1975, novel)
Fifty Stories (1980, short stories)
Collected Poems (1991, poetry)

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