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ⓘ Austin Clarke, novelist. Austin Ardinel Chesterfield Tom Clarke was a Barbadian-Canadian novelist, essayist and short story writer. He worked in Toronto, Ontari ..




Austin Clarke (novelist)
                                     

ⓘ Austin Clarke (novelist)

Austin Ardinel Chesterfield "Tom" Clarke was a Barbadian-Canadian novelist, essayist and short story writer. He worked in Toronto, Ontario.

Clarke was a reporter in the Ontario communities of Timmins and Kirkland Lake before joining the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation as a freelance journalist. He taught subsequently at several American universities, including Yale University Hoyt fellow, 1968–70, Duke University 1971–72, and the University of Texas visiting professor, 1973.

                                     
  • Canadian politician in Manitoba Austin Clarke novelist 1934 2016 Canadian novelist essayist and short story writer Austin Clark, American zoologist
  • m. Isham Jones I m A Little Blackbird Looking For A Bluebird w. Grant Clarke & Roy Turk m. George W. Meyers & Arthur Johnson I m Coming At Your Call
  • Matt, American murderer and prison escapee b. 1966 2016 Austin Clarke Canadian novelist b. 1934 2016 Barbara Goldsmith, American author b. 1931
  • 1777 - Princess Sophia of the United Kingdom d. 1848 1793 - Stephen F. Austin American founder of the Republic of Texas d. 1836 1799 - William Sprague
  • June 18 Terence Fisher, British director b. 1904 June 20 Amy Key Clarke English mystical poet b. 1892 June 21 Bert Kaempfert, German orchestra
  • b. 1571 1727 Catherine I of Russia b. 1683 or 1684 1729 Samuel Clarke English philosopher b. 1675 1765 Alexis Claude Clairault, French mathematician
  • Bunny Austin English tennis player b. 1906 September 2 Elvera Sanchez, American dancer b. 1905 September 2 Curt Siodmak, American novelist and
  • 2007 2008 and Defence 2008 2011 heart disease. John Clarke 68, New Zealand - born Australian novelist The Tournament actor Never Say Die, Death in Brunswick
  • Turkish politician, President 1993 2000 lung infection. June 17 - Ron Clarke 78, Australian long distance runner, Olympic bronze medalist 1964 Mayor