Alfred Hayes (novelist)
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Who is Alfred Hayes?
Alfred Hayes was a British screenwriter, television writer, novelist, and poet, who worked in Italy and the United States. He is perhaps best known for his poem "Joe Hill", later set to music by Earl Robinson.
- also known as Alfred V. Hayes, V. Hayes, Al Hayes
- born on (104 years ago) in Whitechapel
- nationality: England, United Kingdom, United States of America
- education: City College of New York
- profession: Novelist, screenwriter, poet, writer
- Marriage with Marietta Hayes until
- died on (30 years ago) in Sherman Oaks of meningitis
- written works: "The big time", "In love", "Just before the divorce"
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