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Charles Willeford (1919–1988)

Charles Willeford was a remarkably fine, talented, and prolific writer who wrote everything from poetry to crime fiction to literary criticism throughout the course of his impressively long and diverse career. His crime novels are distinguished by a mean'n'lean sense of narrative economy and an admirable dearth of sentimentality. He was born as ... See full bio »

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(age 69) in Miami, Florida, USA

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Known For

Cockfighter
Cockfighter Writer
(1974)
Miami Blues
Miami Blues Writer
(1990)
The Woman Chaser
(1999)

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 2014 Hoke (TV Movie) (novel)
 1999 The Woman Chaser (novel "The Woman Chaser")
 1990 Miami Blues (novel)
 1974 Cockfighter (novel "Cockfighter") / (screenplay)
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 1977 Thunder and Lightning
Bartender
 1974 Cockfighter
Ed Middleton
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 1990 Miami Blues (dedicatee)

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Other Works:

Nonfiction book: "Something About A Soldier" (1986) See more »

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Personal Quote:

I had a hunch that madness was a predominant theme and a normal condition for Americans living in the second half of this century. The publication of "The Machine in Ward Eleven" and its reception by readers confirmed what I had only heretofore suspected. See more »

Trivia:

Taught at Miama Dade Junior College. See more »

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Capricorn

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