The admirable crichton

a comedy (1902) by sir james m. barrie.
james (“the admirable crichton”) 1560?–82, scottish scholar and linguist.
michael, 1942–2008, u.s. novelist.
james. 1560–82, scottish scholar and writer, called the admirable crichton because of his talents
(john) michael. 1942–2008, us novelist, screenwriter, and film director; his thrillers, many of which have been filmed, include the andromeda strain (1969), jur-ssic park (1990), and disclosure (1994)

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