Ben Ames Williams

American writer, 1889–1953

1889   -   1953

country of citizenship: United States of America
occupation: writer, novelist

Ben Ames Williams (March 7, 1889 – February 4, 1953) was an accomplished American novelist and short story writer; he wrote hundreds of short stories and over thirty novels during the course of his life. Among his novels are Come Spring (1940), Leave Her to Heaven (1944) House Divided (1947), and The Unconquered (1953). He was published in many magazines, but the majority of his stories appeared in the pages of the Saturday Evening Post.
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