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Daniel Quinn

An American writer, he’s most widely known for his 1992 novel, Ishmael, which deconstructs the fact that human beings represent the pinnacle of evolution. His additional works are the Tale of B (1996) and After Dachau (2001). He briefly wished to turn into a Trappist monk. After abandoning this fantasy, he pursued a profession in posting. He was granted the Turner Tomorrow Fellowship Honor in 1991. He was raised in Nebraska. He was wedded 3 x, and he resolved in Tx with Rennie Quinn, his third wife. His book Ishmael influenced the Pearl Jam/Eddie Vedder music, “Perform the Advancement.”

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