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Austin Tappan Wright


An American legal scholar, he also became known for Islandia, a well-known work of Utopian fiction. The 1942 novel tells the storyplot of an attorney surviving in an imaginary nation. He received his laws level from Harvard in 1908. He eventually worked as associate counsel towards the U.S. Shipping and delivery Board during Globe Battle I. He released only one function of fiction during his life time. He previously four children along with his wife, Margaret Garrad Rock. His extensive background of the imaginary nation, Islandia, continues to be in comparison to J.R.R. Tolkien’s background of Middle-Earth.

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Date Of Birth August 20, 1883
Died September 18, 1931, Santa Fe, New Mexico, United States
Place Of Birth Hanover, NH
Profession Novelist
Education Harvard Law School
Nationality American
Parents John Henry Wright, Mary Tappan Wright
Siblings John Kirtland Wright
Star Sign Leo

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