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 (mĭch′ə-nər, mĭch′nər), James Albert 1907-1997.
American writer of historical novels, such as Hawaii (1959) and The Source (1965). He won a Pulitzer Prize for Tales of the South Pacific (1947).
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(ˈmɪtʃ ə nər, ˈmɪtʃ nər)

James A(lbert), 1907–97, U.S. novelist.
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