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  • 70 facts in honor of Stephen King's 70th birthday - MSN

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    Happy birthday, Stephen King. The author and horror master turns 70 on Sept. 21, and in honor of this milestone birthday, we take a look at 70 images of his life and myriad works.

  • Mamalicious moms - msn.com

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    For Marion Cole (Basinger), the leading lady of Tod Williams intriguing, beautifully shot 2004 adaptation of John Irving's "The Widow for One Year," it's a double whammy.

  • Great Moments in Oscar Campaigning (and Not-So-Great)

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    Great Moments in Oscar Campaigning (and Not-So-Great) Steve Pond. 6/17/2014. Canceled, renewed or ending: Your favorite show's fate ... netting it awards for screenwriter John Irving and ...

  • Tom Wolfe, author of Bonfire of the Vanities, dead at 88

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    Tom Wolfe, the acclaimed author and true literary celebrity, died Monday in a New York City hospital at the age of 88, The New York Times is reporting. 2 Savings Accounts Pay 10x What Your Bank ...

  • This week in entertainment history: Aug. 5-11

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    The war film — directed by John Milius — starred Patrick Swayze, C. Thomas Howell, Lea Thompson, Charlie Sheen and Jennifer Grey. ... The cast included George S. Irving, Robert Lindsay (L ...

  • Cicely Tyson, Kathleen Kennedy among film academy honorees

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    "Choosing the honorees for its awards each year is the happiest of all the Board of Governors' work," academy president John Bailey said in a statement. ... this year's Irving G. Thalberg Memorial ...

  • This week in entertainment history: Dec. 24-30 - MSN

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    Each week we take a look at historical events in the world of entertainment to highlight major events, notable births and deaths.

  • Anna Wintour: Life in pictures

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    Wintour’s work and words have highlighted young designers like Marc Jacobs (L), Alexander McQueen and John Galliano (R). As a member of the Council of Fashion Designers of America, she has also ...

  • This Week in Entertainment History: Oct. 22-28 - MSN

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    This Week in Entertainment History: Oct. 22-28 10/18/2017. SHARE. SHARE. ... The film was directed by Irving Rapper and stars Bette Davis, Paul Henreid and Claude Rains. ... The thriller was ...

  • Florence Henderson, "The Brady Bunch" mom, dies

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    Florence Henderson, the wholesome actress who went from Broadway star to television icon when she became Carol Brady, the ever-cheerful mom residing over "The Brady Bunch," has died. She was 82.

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  • John Irving: Official Website

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    John Irving was born in Exeter, NH, in 1942. His novels have been translated into over 35 languages. Avenue of Mysteries, his fourteenth novel, is out now.

  • John Irving - Wikipedia

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    Early life. Irving was born John Wallace Blunt, Jr. in Exeter, New Hampshire, the son of Helen Frances (née Winslow) and John Wallace Blunt, Sr., a writer and executive recruiter; but the couple separated during pregnancy. Irving grew up in Exeter with a stepfather who was a Phillips Exeter Academy faculty member. His name was Colin Franklin Newell Irving.

  • Amazon.com: john irving: Books

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    John Irving published his first novel, Setting Free the Bears, in 1968. He has been nominated for a National Book Award three times-winning once, in 1980, for the novel The World According to Garp.

  • John Irving (Author of A Prayer for Owen Meany)

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    About John Irving: JOHN IRVING was born in Exeter, New Hampshire, in 1942. His first novel, Setting Free the Bears, was published in 1968, when he was tw...

  • In One Person: A Novel: John Irving: 9781451664133: Amazon ...

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    In One Person: A Novel [John Irving] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. His most daringly political, sexually transgressive, and moving novel in well over a decade ( Vanity Fair ). Winner of a 2013 Lambda Literary Award A New York Times bestselling novel of desire

  • John Irving on Donald Trump, Caitlyn Jenner – and the ...

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    At 73, John Irving has lost none of his fighting spirit. The writer and ex-wrestler lets rip at Trump, US politics, Caitlyn Jenner’s critics – and the ‘extreme patriotism’ of the Great ...

  • John Irving - Educator, Author - Biography

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    Trace the career of novelist and short-story writer John Irving, who established his reputation with the novel The World According to Garp , on Biography.com.

  • The books of John Irving: Browse the library

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    Irving’s novels are now translated into thirty-five languages, and he has had nine international bestsellers. In One Person is his latest work.

  • John Irving - Academy of Achievement

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    Readers around the world have embraced the vivid characters who tumble through the intricately imagined tales of John Irving. He published his first novel when he was 26, and won the National Book Award for The World According to Garp in 1980. Since then, every one of his novels has been an international bestseller, including The Hotel New Hampshire, The Cider House Rules and A Prayer for Owen ...

  • John Irving (steamship captain) - Wikipedia

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    John Irving (November 24, 1854 – August or October 10, 1936) was a steamship captain in British Columbia, Canada.He began on the Fraser River at the age of 18 and would become one of the most famous and prosperous riverboat captains of the era. His father, William Irving was known as the "King of the River" and the neighborhood of Irvington in Portland, Oregon is named in honor of their family.

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