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  1. Burroughs, William

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      (1914–97), American novelist; full name William Seward Burroughs. In the 1940s he became addicted to heroin, and his best-known writing, for example Junkie (1953) and The Naked Lunch (1959), deals with life as a drug addict in a unique, surreal style.
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    • ph. (1837–1921), US naturalist and author. At his home near the Hudson River at West Park, New York, he entertained friends such as John Muir, Theodore Roosevelt, and Walt Whitman. Among his works are Wake-Robin (1871), Locusts and Wild Honey (1879), and The Summit of the Years (1913).

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    • ph. (1875–1950), American novelist and writer of science fiction. He is chiefly remembered for his adventure stories about Tarzan, who first appeared in Tarzan of the Apes (1914).

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    • ph. (1875–1950), US novelist and science fiction writer. Although he began his writing career with science fiction stories, he was most successful with an adventure series that began with Tarzan of the Apes (1914).

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      (1914–97), US novelist; full name William Seward Burroughs. In the 1940s, he became addicted to heroin, and his best-known writing, such as Junkie (1953) and The Naked Lunch (1959), deals in a unique, surreal style with life as a drug addict.

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