An American novelist and screenwriter, he’s most widely known for his 1963 novel, Eternal Fire. Like a screenwriter, he’s kept in mind for his focus on the traditional 1967 film, The Graduate. In his early adulthood, he worked well for any office of War Info in Washington, D.C. THE BRAND NEW Yorker known as him a dad of modern dark comedy. He was created in Georgia, and he passed away in New Hampshire. He was wedded to Jane Bennett. He collaborated with Stanley Kubrick on many film tasks.