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Stephen Vincent Benét


USA (1898 - 1943)

Stephen Vincent Benét, poet, novelist, and short-story writer, was born in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. His Pulitzer Prize-winning poem John Brown's Body is still considered the quintessential American war poem. He was awarded a posthumous Pulitzer Prize in 1943.
 
Anthologies containing stories by Stephen Vincent Benét


 
Short stories
All That Money Can Buy
Too Early Spring
Metropolitan Nightmare (1927)
The Barefoot Saint [short story] (1929)
The Curfew Tolls (1935)
Glamour (1935)
Nightmare Number Three (1935)
The Devil and Daniel Webster [short story] (1936)
By the Waters of Babylon (1937)
Johnny Pye and the Fool-Killer [short story] (1937)
The Place of the Gods (1937)
The Die-Hard (1938)
Doc Mellhorn and the Pearly Gates (1938)
Jacob and the Indians (1938)
The King of the Cats (1938)
Nightmare for Future Reference (1938)
Schooner Fairchild's Class (1938)
Into Egypt (1939)
The Angel Was a Yankee (1940)
Freedom's a Hard-Bought Thing (1940)
The Bishop's Beggar (1942)
The Prodigal Children (1942)
The Gold Dress (1947)
Nightmare, with Angels (1986)
Litany for Dictatorships (1987)


Books about Stephen Vincent Benét
Stephen Vincent Benet (1978) by Charles A Fenton
 
Stephen Vincent Benét recommends
Permit Me Voyage
Permit Me Voyage (1934)
James Agee
"Here is both beauty and indignation... fine music and a sharp, fertile originality of mind."



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