Charles William Goyen est un écrivain américain, également éditeur et enseignant, né le 24 avril 1915 à Trinity (en) (Texas), mort le 30 août 1983 à Los Angeles (Californie).

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  • Charles William Goyen est un écrivain américain, également éditeur et enseignant, né le 24 avril 1915 à Trinity (en) (Texas), mort le 30 août 1983 à Los Angeles (Californie).
  • Charles William Goyen (April 24, 1915 – August 30, 1983) was an American novelist, short story writer, playwright, poet, editor, and teacher. Born in a small town in East Texas, these roots would influence his work for his entire life.In World War II he served as an officer aboard an aircraft carrier in the South Pacific, where he began work on one of his most important and critically acclaimed books, The House of Breath. After the war and through the 1950s he published short stories, collections of stories, other novels, and plays. He never achieved commercial success in America, but his translated work was highly regarded in Europe. During his life he could not completely support himself through his writing, so at various times he took work as an editor and teacher at several prominent universities. At one point he did not write fiction for several years, calling it a “relief” to not have to worry about his writing.Major themes in his work include home and family, place, time, sexuality, isolation, and memory. His style of writing is not easily categorized, and he eschewed labels of genre placed on his works.In 1963, he married Doris Roberts, the actress perhaps best known for her work in Everybody Loves Raymond; they remained together until his death in 1983.
  • Charles William Goyen (* 24. April 1915 in Trinity, Texas; † 30. August 1983 in Los Angeles) war ein US-amerikanischer Schriftsteller.
  • Charles William Goyen (Trinity, 24 aprile 1915 – Houston, 30 agosto 1983) è stato uno scrittore, curatore editoriale e insegnante statunitense.In giovane età si trasferì dalla città natale a Houston, dove divenne insegnante all'Università di Houston, e durante la seconda guerra mondiale prestò servizio nell'U.S. Navy. Morì di leucemia nel 1983. Era marito dell'attrice Doris Roberts.
  • William Goyen (1915 – 1983) fue un narrador y cuentista de Estados Unidos.
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  • Charles William Goyen est un écrivain américain, également éditeur et enseignant, né le 24 avril 1915 à Trinity (en) (Texas), mort le 30 août 1983 à Los Angeles (Californie).
  • Charles William Goyen (* 24. April 1915 in Trinity, Texas; † 30. August 1983 in Los Angeles) war ein US-amerikanischer Schriftsteller.
  • Charles William Goyen (Trinity, 24 aprile 1915 – Houston, 30 agosto 1983) è stato uno scrittore, curatore editoriale e insegnante statunitense.In giovane età si trasferì dalla città natale a Houston, dove divenne insegnante all'Università di Houston, e durante la seconda guerra mondiale prestò servizio nell'U.S. Navy. Morì di leucemia nel 1983. Era marito dell'attrice Doris Roberts.
  • William Goyen (1915 – 1983) fue un narrador y cuentista de Estados Unidos.
  • Charles William Goyen (April 24, 1915 – August 30, 1983) was an American novelist, short story writer, playwright, poet, editor, and teacher. Born in a small town in East Texas, these roots would influence his work for his entire life.In World War II he served as an officer aboard an aircraft carrier in the South Pacific, where he began work on one of his most important and critically acclaimed books, The House of Breath.
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  • William Goyen
  • William Goyen
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