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Jack Matthews


American novelist and playwright most widely known for his Civil War-era novels Sassafras and Gambler’s Nephew. He went to Ohio State University or college and acquired Bachelor’s levels in classics and British and a Master’s level in British. He won several awards during the period of his profession, like the 1967 Florence Roberts Mind Honor, a 1974 Guggenheim Fellowship, and a significant Artist Award from your Ohio Arts Council in 1989. He previously three children along with his wife Barbara, to whom he was wedded for over sixty years. The award-winning poet William Stafford was an admirer of his function.

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Date Of Birth July 22, 1925
Died July 18, 2012
Place Of Birth Columbus, OH
Height 1.61 m
Weight 93 kg
Profession Novelist
Education Bridgend County School, Cardiff University
Nationality American
Movies Drown, 1500 Steps
Star Sign Cancer

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1500 Steps2014Damon Dundas
Neighbours2012TV SeriesJosh Gould
Pathos: Movie Extra Tropfest 20112011ShortANZAC Soldier

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