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Edward Hoagland

(b. 1932)


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(1932–),

New York City-born author, graduated from Harvard. His novels include Cat Man (1956), about circus life; The Circle Home (1960), dealing with prizefighters; and The Peacock's Tail (1965), set in a city's slums. Other works include a book about travel in British Columbia, Notes from the Century Before (1969), and The Courage of Turtles (1971), Walking the Dead Diamond River (1972), Red Wolves and Black Bears (1976), and The Tugman's Passage (1982), essays on rural and urban life, ecology, and animals.

Subjects: Literary Studies (20th Century onwards).


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