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Van Wyck Brooks

U.S. historian and critic who had written about Tag Twain. In 1936, he earned the 2nd Country wide Book Prize for nonfiction for his book The Flowering of New Britain. He researched at Harvard College or university, where he released his first reserve: Verses by Two Undergraduates. In 1937, he earned a Pulitzer Award ever sold. His parents had been Sally and Charles Brook. He went to and graduated from Harvard College or university while Wendy Liebman do her analysis at Harvard Medical College.

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