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William Faulkner
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    (September 25, 1897-July 6, 1962)
    Wrote 'Soldier's Pay (1926),' 'Mosquitoes (1927),' 'The Sound And The Fury (1929),' 'As I Lay Dying (1930),' 'Sanctuary (1931),' 'Light In August (1932),' 'The Unvanquished (1938),' 'Intruder In The Dust (1948),' 'The Town (1957)' and 'The Mansion (1959)'
    Awarded Nobel Prize for Literature (1949)
    He drank heavily.
    He was hospitalized for depression.
    He flunked out of High School.
    Each time he became wealthy from a novel, he blew the money.
    He allowed his Nobel Prize to go to his head.
    He cheated on his wife when he was on overseas trips.
    He trained in Canada to join the British RAF.
    He owned and flew his own airplane in 1930s America.
    When his youngest brother was killed when the plane crashed in 1935, he saw to the education of his niece.

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