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 (stī′rən), William Clark 1925-2006.
American writer primarily known for his novels, including Lie Down in Darkness (1951) and The Confessions of Nat Turner (1967).


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William, born 1925, U.S. author.
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We tend to think of William Styron as a novelist--and rightly so, given the enduring power of such works at The Confessions of Nat Turner and Sophie's Choice.
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Styron was fond of saying that he valued being able in his novels to transport readers to another world, and he does so through rhythm, verbal acumen, and carefully placed information.
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The editors were unable to locate, for example, any of the letters Styron wrote to the novelist and civil rights activist James Baldwin--letters that would certainly have proven illuminating given Styron's complicated relationship with the African-American intellectual community in the wake of the publication of The Confessions of Nat Turner.
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