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Elizabeth, 1916–2007, U.S. novelist and critic.
Contemporary Examples

Letter to a Young Critic: William Giraldi Defends True Criticism William Giraldi September 4, 2012

Historical Examples

The Power and the Glory Grace MacGowan Cooke
Jennie Baxter, Journalist Robert Barr
The Missing Tin Box Arthur M. Winfield
Jennie Baxter, Journalist Robert Barr
The City of Numbered Days Francis Lynde
Jennie Baxter, Journalist Robert Barr
Chronicles of Martin Hewitt Arthur Morrison
Weak on Square Roots Russell Burton
The World’s Greatest Books, Vol X Various

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