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Who is Allen Drury?
Allen Drury: Allen Stuart Drury was a American novelist. He wrote the 1959 novel Advise and Consent, for which he won the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction in 1960.
- born on (97 years ago) in Houston, child of Alden Monteith Drury and Flora Allen
- nationality: United States of America
- profession: Writer, journalist, novelist
- died on (17 years ago) in San Francisco of cardiac arrest
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by Stephen L. Vaughn
Allen Drury, whowrote Advice and Consent(1959), covered theU.S. Senate. David Brinkley later wasanNBC anchor. Merriman Smith, Helen Thomas,and Al Spivak were perhapsthe most famous—and talented—team everof White House ...
Volume 18: Media by Allison Graham, Sharon Monteith
Pulitzer Prize–winning book, this one by the New York Times political correspondent Allen Drury, Charles Laughton plays Senator Seabright Cooley in a dapper white suit as a mixture of Mark Twain and Simon Legree. In what would prove to ...
Encyclopedia of the Cold War (2013)
by Ruud van Dijk, William Glenn Gray, Svetlana Savranskaya, Jeremi Suri, Qiang Zhai
by the Pulitzer Prize-winning author Allen Drury, a number of writers also reacted critically to the era. Jack Kerouac's On the Road (1957) targeted the ...
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