Allen Drury (novelist)
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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
- education: Stanford University
- profession: Writer, journalist, novelist
- died on (17 years ago) in San Francisco of cardiac arrest
- written works: "Advise and Consent: A Novel of Washington Politics", "A Shade of Difference", "Capable of Honor", "Preserve and Protect", "Public men", "Come Nineveh, come Tyre", "Return to Thebes", "Three kids in a cart", "Courage and hesitation", "The promise of joy", "A god against the gods", "A very strange society", "Anna Hastings", "The Hill of Summer", "A thing of state", "Egypt: The Eternal Smile", "Toward what bright glory?", "A Senate journal, 1943-1945", "Pentagon", "Education for politics", "Mark Coffin, U.S.S."
- award: - Pulitzer Prize for Fiction - "Advise and Consent: A Novel of Washington Politics"
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