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by Robert Lowry
Author: Robert Lowry
Publisher: Praeger; First Edition edition (January 19, 1971)
Category: Imaginative Literature
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Robert James Collas Lowry (28 March 1919 - 5 December 1994) was an American novelist, short story writer, illustrator, and independent press publisher. Lowry was born in Cincinnati, Ohio. He was a literary wunderkind who began writing at the age of eight; within a year, he had stories published in the Cincinnati Times Star newspaper. He graduated from Withrow High School in 1937, after which he entered the University of Cincinnati
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Robert Lowry was born in Cincinnati Ohio on March 28th 1919 and died there on December 5th 1994. He began writing and publishing short stories at the age of . .He graduated from Withrow High School in 1938 and attended the University of Cincinnati. While a student, along wth illustrator James Flora, he started The Little Man Press and published dozens of chapbooks, most often under pseudonyms, from 1939-1942. In 1950, he won the O. Henry Award for his short story "Be Nice to Mr. Campbell.
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Lowry's fifth novel and the story of black prizefighter and the white woman (a painter) who loves him. Hartley 1255 (for the 1954 London e. Original beige cloth. Near fine in slightly rubbed dust jacket with small chips at head of spine and front top corner. All books are shipped UPS (please provide a street address) unless otherwise requested. All postage is extra.