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John Hawkes

AKA John Clendennin Burne Hawkes, Jr.

Born: 17-Aug-1925
Birthplace: Stamford, CT
Died: 15-May-1998
Location of death: Providence, RI
Cause of death: Stroke

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

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: The Blood Oranges

Wife: Sophie Goode Tazewell (m. 25-Sep-1947, until his death, three sons, one daughter)

    University: BA, Harvard University (1949)
    Professor: Harvard University (1949-58)
    Professor: Brown University (1958-88)

    Prix Médicis étranger 1986 for Adventures in the Alaskan Skin Trade

Author of books:
The Cannibal (1949, novel)
The Beetle Leg (1951, novel)
The Goose on the Grave (1954, novella)
The Owl (1954, novella)
The Lime Twig (1961, novel)
Second Skin (1964, novel)
The Innocent Party (1966, short plays)
Lunar Landscapes (1969, short stories)
The Blood Oranges (1971, novel)
Death, Sleep, & the Traveler (1974, novel)
Travesty (1976, novel)
The Passion Artist (1979, novel)
Virginie: Her Two Lives (1982, novel)
Adventures in the Alaskan Skin Trade (1985, novel)
Whistlejacket (1988, novel)
Sweet William: A Memoir of Old Horse (1993, novel)
The Frog (1996, novel)
An Irish Eye (1997, novel)
Humors of Blood & Skin: A John Hawkes Reader (1984, collection)

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