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Steg·ner

 (stĕg′nər), Wallace Earle 1909-1993.
American writer best known for his novels about the American West, including The Big Rock Candy Mountain (1943) and Angle of Repose (1971), which won a Pulitzer Prize.

Steg•ner

(ˈstɛg nər)
n.
Wallace (Earle), 1909–93, U.S. novelist.
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