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William Dean Howells (1837-1920) was an American novelist and editor.

Short Biography:

The "dean" of US letters in the post-Civil War era, and editor of the Atlantic Monthly, he championed the realist movement in fiction and encouraged many younger authors. He wrote 35 novels, 35 plays, and many books of poetry, essays, and commentary.

His novels, filled with vivid social detail, include "A Modern Instance" (1882) and "The Rise of Silas Lapham" (1885), about the social fall and moral r read more...

Tags: author, editor, literary critic, novelist

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