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H. L. Humes

(1926—1992)


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(1926–),

New York-born novelist, educated at Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Harvard, a founder of the Paris Review, whose novels are Underground City (1958), a story of personal conflicts of an American and others involved with the Resistance movement and politics in France during the 1940s; and Men Die (1959), treating the relationships of black and white survivors of an explosion of a naval ammunition dump.

Subjects: Literature.


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