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Reginald Wright Kauffman

Author Code: ARWK

Born: Sep. 8, 1877 - Columbia, Pennsylvania, USA

Died: Apr. 25, 1959 - Roanoke, Virginia, USA

Educated at Harvard University, Kauffman graduated in 1900. He married and had a child, and moved to Philadelphia. In 1897, he published Jarvis at Harvard, while still a student. In 1902, he published The Things That Are Caesar's, which received decent reviews and convinced him that he should write. Nevertheless, he and his wife suffered financially. In 1910, he married a second wife, Ruth, a journalist, and the two lived with his uncle, Samuel, in Columbia. Around 1915, Kauffman began writing screenplays, and was fairly successful. He held the post of editor of the Bangor Maine Daily News and, during the war, was a correspondent for the US Navy. He was also a member of the Societe Academie d'Histoire. He wrote over 40 novels and some short stories. His works include The Chasm (1903), The Bachelor's Guide to Matrimony (1907), What Is Socialism? (1910), The House of Bondage (1910), The Sentence of Silence (1912), The Spider's Web (1913), Jim (1914), The Ivy and the Oak (1916), The Vigilantes (1917), Running Sands (1918), The Azure Rose (1919), Share and Share Alike (1925), Midnight Life (1928) and School for Girls (1934).

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