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Styron, William

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishStyron, WilliamWilliam StyronSty‧ron, William /ˈstaɪərən/  (1925–2006) a US writer known especially for his novels such as the Confessions of Nat Turner (1967), which deals with racism, and for which he won a Pulitzer prize, and Sophie's Choice (1979), which is about the Holocaust and was made into a successful film.
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