Francis Steegmuller  

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Francis Steegmuller (1906–1994) was an American biographer, translator and fiction writer, who was known chiefly as a Flaubert scholar. He contributed numerous short stories and articles to The New Yorker and also wrote under the pseudonyms of Byron Steel and David Keith. He was the winner of two National Book Awards and of the American Academy of Arts and Letters Gold Medal.



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