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Louis Auchincloss's work speaks volumes

His 60th book continues to explore human nature

By David Mehegan
Globe Staff / December 27, 2004

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NEW YORK -- Carson McCullers published a book in 1947. So did Sinclair Lewis, John Steinbeck, James A. Michener, and Robert Frost. A young lawyer and Navy veteran, Louis Auchincloss also published a novel that year, his first: ''The Indifferent Children." It wasn't a big success, but Auchincloss didn't give up. (Full article: 2086 words)

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