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John Irving (1942 - )

Nationality: American
Periods: American: 20th Century

Novelist and wrestler, most famous for his novel The World According to Garp.

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The Cider House Rules

A Prayer for Owen Meany

The World According to Garp

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John Irving Chronology
This page gives a very brief biographical sketch and a similarly sparse chronology of Irving's life, based on his autobiography.
Contains: Sketch, Timeline,
Author: Gary Norris

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Collecting John Irving
This extensive bibliography lists books and articles by and about John Irving.
Contains: Bibliography, Works List,
Author: Gary Norris

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Last Updated Mar 25, 2014