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us: Evslin, Bernard

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    • us: Evslin, Bud
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        New Rochelle (N.Y.)
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        Kauai (Hawaii)
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          • found: His Heroes, gods and monsters of the Greek myths, 1967.
          • found: His The sphinx, c1990: CIP t.p. (Bud Evslin)
          • found: infomation from a 678 (novelist, playwright, film writer, and director)
          • found: Evslin, Bernard. The Adventures of Ulysses, c1969: title page (Bernard Evslin)
          • found: wikipedia, Nov. 1, 2014 (Bernard Evslin (1922-1993) was an American author best known for his adaptations of Greek mythology. Bernard Evslin was born in New Rochelle, New York. He died of cardiac arrest on June 4, 1993 in Kauai, Hawaii at the age of 71.)
          • found: New York Times website, Nov. 1, 2014 : obit Published: June 26, 1993 (Bernard Evslin, a playwright, screenwriter and mythologist from New Rochelle, N.Y., died on June 4 in Kauai, Hawaii. He was 77 ; In 1959, his comedy "The Geranium Hat" was well received on Broadway ; In 1967, Mr. Evslin turned to mythology)
          • found: Class Zone website, Nov. 1, 2014 (Bernard Evslin 1922-1993 Multi-talented Artist Bernard Evslin was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and attended Rutgers University. He was an award-winning screenwriter and producer of documentary films before turning to writing in the mid-1960s. Most of his retold stories deal with Greek mythology and history. Critical Acclaim Evslin wrote more than 30 books for young people, including The Adventures of Ulysses, The Trojan War, The Greek Gods; Heroes, Gods, and Monsters of the Greek Myths; The Green Hero, which was nominated for a National Book Award and Hercules, which received the Washington Irving Children's Books Choice Award. More than 6 million copies of his works are in print.)
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