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Adams, Douglas, 1952-2001

LC control no.n 80076765
Descriptive conventionsrda
LC classificationPR6051.D3352
Personal name headingAdams, Douglas, 1952-2001
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Variant(s)אדאמס, דאגלאס, 1952-2001-
亞當斯, 1952-2001
See alsoFor works of this author written in collaboration with Graham Williams, search also under: Agnew, David
Agnew, David
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Other standard no.113230702
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Associated countryEngland Great Britain
Birth date1952-03-11
Death date2001-05-11
Place of birthCambridge (England)
Place of deathSanta Barbara (Calif.)
Field of activityScience fiction Humorous fiction Novels Screenplays Radio plays
AffiliationSt. John's College (University of Cambridge)
Digital Village (Firm)
Profession or occupationAuthors
Novelists
Screenwriters
Radio writers
Humorists
Computer game writer
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Found inHis The hitchhiker's guide to the galaxy, 1980, c1979: t.p. (Douglas Adams)
Tel. call to pub., 3/31/80 (Douglas Noel Adams, b. 1952, Cambridge, Eng.)
Doctor Who, a celebration 1983: p. 217 (David Agnew (Douglas Adams and Graham Williams))
Washington Post, 13 May 2001: obit. (Douglas Adams, 49, died May 11, 2001, in Santa Barbara, Calif.; born in Cambridge, England and attended Cambridge University; wrote for radio, television, movies, and computer games; founded multimedia company Digital Village)
Douglas Adams, via WWW, Aug. 6, 2012 (educated at Brentwood School, Essex; B.A., M.A., English Literature, St. John's College, Cambridge; living in Santa Barbara, California with wife and family when he died unexpectedly)
IMDb, via WWW, Douglas Adams (born 11 March, 1952)
Not found inCity of death, 1998: credits (David Agnew; teleplay)
Associated languageeng