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Christopher, John, 1922-2012

LC control no.n 50039796
Descriptive conventionsrda
LC classificationPR6053.H75
Personal name headingChristopher, John, 1922-2012
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See alsoFor works of this author entered under other names, search also under: Ford, Hilary, 1922-2012; Godfrey, William, 1922-2012; Graaf, Peter, 1922-2012; Nichols, Peter, 1922-2012; Rye, Anthony, 1922-2012; Youd, Samuel, 1922-2012
Youd, Samuel, 1922-2012
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Ford, Hilary, 1922-2012
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Godfrey, William, 1922-2012
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Graaf, Peter, 1922-2012
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Nichols, Peter, 1922-2012
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Rye, Anthony, 1922-2012
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Biography/History noteb. 1922
Found inHis The death of grass, 1956.
Contemporary authors, v. 77-80 (Youd, Samuel, 1922- ; pseuds.: John Christopher; Hilary Ford; William Godfrey; Peter Graaf; Peter Nichols; Anthony Rye)
Biog. resource center, July 26, 2005 ((Christopher) Samuel Youd; b. Apr. 16, 1922, Knowsley, England; full-time writer, 1958-; writes under pseudonyms John Christopher, Anthony Rye (Giant's Arrow, 1956), Hilary Ford, William Godfrey, Peter Graaf, Peter Nichols (Patchwork of death, 1965, Piedmont and the English, 1967))
Guardian WWW site, Feb. 7, 2012 (John Christopher; b. Christopher Samuel Youd, Apr. 16, 1922, Knowsley, near Liverpool; d. Feb. 3, 2012; science-fiction author who created the Tripods trilogy; also published under the names Samuel Youd and Peter Nichols, among others)