Cheever


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United States writer of novels and short stories (1912-1982)

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Then when my kids grew up they were typical tweens who whined a bit," exclaimed Cheever.
He just loved the whole house, and when he first bought it, he couldn't sleep because he was convinced that it would be taken away,'' said his daughter, Susan Cheever, who was in her final year of boarding school in Vermont when her parents purchased the house in 1961 for $37,000.
The daughter of Pulitzer Prize-winning author John Cheever, Susan Cheever has written four memoirs, biographies of Alcoholics Anonymous cofounder Bill Wilson and of Louisa May Alcott, a history of the Transcendentalists, an analysis of sexual addiction, and five novels.
Scott Fitzgerald, Hemingway, Tennessee Williams, John Berryman, John Cheever and Raymond Carver.
Yet, despite its similarity, Cheever emphasized that "this novel was not written out of a singular experience of alcohol or drugs.
Blundell is joined by another former Formula One star in American Eddie Cheever, along with South African Mark Patterson and fellow Briton Matthew Bell.
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In preparation for writing this biography of the life and works of John Cheever, Bailey consulted the major archives of Cheever holdings, read all 4,300 manuscript pages of Cheever's journal, interviewed scores of family members and friends, edited the two-volume Complete Novels and Collected Stories and Other Writings for the Library of America, and collected photographs and reminiscences from every conceivable source.
Like many 20th-century writers whose lives have been thoroughly documented in journals, interviews, medical records, and reports by those who knew him, Cheever cannot escape his own biography.
Fred Cheever (Tim Robbins), Colee Dunn (Rachel McAdams) and TK Poole (Michael Pena) are three Iraq war veterans heading home on the same flight when some contrived dramatic turbulence forces them to head onto the road together to resolve their inner conflicts.
I could tell he was a little nervous when he came over,'' Cheever said.
Anita Allen, John Brademas, Christopher Buckley, Susan Cheever, Monica Crowley, Hon.
Cheever, 93, of Fuller Street in Clinton, formerly a 55-year resident of Sterling, died on Sunday, February 12, 2012 in UMass Memorial Healthcare- University Campus, Worcester.
Acclaimed author Susan Cheever has penned twelve previous books, including five novels, four memoirs, and a biography of Alcoholics Anonymous cofounder Bill Wilson.