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Who is Alan Cheuse?
Alan Cheuse is an American writer and critic.
- born on (75 years ago) in Perth Amboy
- nationality: United States of America
- profession: Writer, novelist
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Naming the World (2008)
And Other Exercises for the Creative Writer by Bret Anthony Johnston
ALAN CHEUSE is a novelist, story writer, and journalist, the author, among other books, of The Fires, The Grandmothers' Club, The Light Possessed, and Lost and Old Rivers and the memoir Fall Out of Heaven.
From C.S. Lewis to Left Behind by Nancy M. Tischler
Reviewers for the Chicago Tribune and the Washington Post did not like the novel a bit; Alan Cheuse calling it “ill-conceived, ill-wrought and, worst sin of all, quite boring.” Jules Bukiet summed it up by asserting that, “Rice has sucked the life ...
Encyclopedia of Judaism (2005)
by Sara E. Karesh, Mitchell M. Hurvitz
” Further reading: Alan Cheuse, Listening to the Page: Adventures in Reading and Writing (New York: Columbia University Press, 2001); Bernard Malamud, ...
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