Category:William Styron

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William Styron 
American novelist and essayist
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Name in native languageWilliam Styron
Date of birth11 June 1925
Newport News
Date of death1 November 2006
Martha's Vineyard
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  • natural causes
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Work period (start)1951
Work period (end)2006
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Position held
  • President of the Jury at the Cannes Festival (1983)
Child
  • Susanna Styron
  • Alexandra Styron
Notable work
  • Darkness Visible
  • Sophie's Choice
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