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He carried his childhood like a hurt warm bird held to his middle-aged breast.
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|Birth:||9th March, 1924|
Herbert Gold was born in Cleveland, Ohio, USA. He is an American novelist. He studied philosophy at Columbia University. In 1958, he taught English Literature at Cornell University, as Vladimir Nabokov's temporary successor. He has written several novels include: Birth of a Hero, Fathers, Swiftie the magician, Slave Trade, He/she, Family, Mister White Eyes, True Love, Dreaming, Travels in San Francisco, and When a Psychopath Falls in Love.
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