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Art Buchwald

a.k.a. Arthur Buchwald

Author Code: AABU

Born: Oct. 20, 1925 - New York City, New York, USA

Died: Jan. 17, 2007 - Washington D.C., USA

Running away at age 17, Buchwald joined the U.S. Marine Corps, getting a drunk to sign as his guardian, and spent October 1942 to October 1945 mostly in the Pacific. After the war, he was educated at the University of Southern California and began his writing career as a columnist for the Daily Trojan, a USC newspaper. Because he did not complete high school, he was ineligible for a degree. Nevertheless, when he won the Pulitzer Prize, he received an honorary doctorate from the University. In 1949, he went to Paris and worked as a correspondent for Variety In 1950, he was hired by the New York Herald Tribune as a restaurant and night club reviewer. Thereafter Buchwald's column became internationally known, his humour especially recognized. He returned to the USA in 1962 and worked for the Washington Post as a columnist. His column was subsequently syndicated and appeared in over 500 newspapers across America. Buchwald also wrote many books during his career. In 1982, he won the Pulitzer Prize for Outstanding Commentary. He was elected to the American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters in 1991. His many works include Art Buchwald's Paris ((1956), The Brave Coward (1957), Don't Forget to Write (1960), Son of the Great Society (1966), Getting High in Government Circles (1971), "I Am Not a Crook" (1974), While Reagan Slept (1983), Light Up, George (1991), I'll Always Have Paris (1995) and Beating Around the Bush (2005).

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AABU002 Coward in the Congo 1955 7 114k Article Download PDF - 'Coward in the Congo' (AABU002)   Download ePub - 'Coward in the Congo' (AABU002) Find a printed copy of Coward in the Congo by Art Buchwald at AbeBooks
AABU001 Parrots Are Wolves in Rome 1954 6 308k Article Download PDF - 'Parrots Are Wolves in Rome' (AABU001)   Download ePub - 'Parrots Are Wolves in Rome' (AABU001) Find a printed copy of Parrots Are Wolves in Rome by Art Buchwald at AbeBooks
AABU003 The Seven Year Itch 1960 4 276k Article Download PDF - 'The Seven Year Itch' (AABU003)   Download ePub - 'The Seven Year Itch' (AABU003) Find a printed copy of The Seven Year Itch by Art Buchwald at AbeBooks

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