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Edward Hoagland - Bibliography
12, 1995 “Books that Need Authors,” The Nation, November 13, 1995 “The Daring Art of Rockwell Kent,” Civilization, January 1996 “Dying Argots,” Harper’s, January 1996 “Running Mates. 1954 Longview Foundation Award, 1961 Prix de Rome, 1964 Guggenheim Fellowship, 1965 New York State Arts Council grant, 1972 Brandeis University Citation in ... Elected to American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters, 1982 ...

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