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by Brother Theodore
Author: Brother Theodore
Publisher: Pinnacle Books; First Paperback Edition edition (1975)
Category: Imaginative Literature
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Brother Theodore (born Theodore Isidore Gottlieb; November 11, 1906 – April 5, 2001) was a German-born American actor and comedian known for rambling, ess monologues which he called "stand-up tragedy".
Brother Theodore (born Theodore Isidore Gottlieb; November 11, 1906 – April 5, 2001) was a German-born American actor and comedian known for rambling, ess monologues which he called "stand-up tragedy". He was a man described as "Boris Karloff, surrealist Salvador Dalí, Nijinsky and Red Skelto. imultaneously". Gottlieb was born into a wealthy Jewish family in Düsseldorf, in the Rhine Province, where his father was a magazine publisher. He attended the University of Cologne
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Theodore was especially impressed with "What Dreams May Come. Theodore did co-author a short story with Marvin Kaye, "The Possession of Immanuel Wolf. It appears in both a hardcover anthology, and the paperback "Brother Theodore's Chamber of Horrors" which features a caped Theodore on the cover. Here's what Mr. Kaye recalled, for the Theodorian and author Ronald L. Smith: ""The Possession of Immanuel Wolf and Other Improbable Tales," originally published by Doubleday has been reissued by Wildside Press
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Theodore was the twelfth of thirteen children (the ninth of the ten surviving). The popular songwriter Paul Dresser (1859–1906) was his older brother. From 1889 – 1890, Theodore attended Indiana University before flunking out. Within several years, he was writing for the Chicago Globe newspaper and then the St. Louis Globe-Democrat.
The Book of Brothers, informally called The White Book, is the tome that records the deeds of every knight who has ever served in the three hundred year history of the Kingsguard. The book is kept in the Red Keep in the White Sword Tower, where the knights of the Kingsguard have their sleeping cells. The book is in the uppermost floor of the tower in the room where the seven meet. It is the responsibility of the current Lord Commander of the Kingsguard to update the entries in the book.