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Adams, Richard, 1920-2016

LC control no.n 78079510
Descriptive conventionsrda
LC classificationPR6051.D345
Personal name headingAdams, Richard, 1920-2016
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Variant(s)Adams, Richard George
אדמס, ריצ׳רד, 1920־2016
Associated countryGreat Britain
LocatedWhitchurch (Hampshire, England)
Birth date1920-05-09
Death date2016-12-24
Place of birthNewbury (England)
Field of activityChildren's literature Fiction Poetry
Profession or occupationNovelists Poets
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Found inHis Shardik, 1975, c1974.
Du Maurier, D. The birds and other stories, 1980: t.p. (Richard Adams, head of the sixth form, Lord Williams' School, Thame)
Cont. authors, New rev. ser., v. 3, c1981 (Adams, Richard (George) b. 5/9/20, Newbury, Berkshire, Eng.)
Converted from 678 field 18 July 2014: Worcester College, Oxford; b. 1920
Bibliothèque nationale de France, via VIAF, 18 July 2014 (Adams, Richard; born 9 May 1920, Newbury, England; poet, novelist, author of children's books)
Wikipedia, 18 July 2014 (Richard Adams; Richard George Adams; born 9 May 1920 in Newbury, Berkshire; novelist; Carnegie Medal, 1972, Guardian Prize, 1973; currently lives in Whitchurch, Hampshire)
New York times WWW site, viewed Dec. 28, 2016 (in obituary published Dec. 27: Richard Adams; b. Richard George Adams, May 9, 1920, Newbury, England; d. Saturday [Dec. 24, 2016], aged 96; British novelist who became one of the world's best-selling authors with his first book, Watership Down, a tale of rabbits whose adventures in a pastoral realm of epic perils explored Homeric themes of exile, courage, and survival; in later life, lived in Whitchurch, North Hampshire)
Associated languageeng