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Columnist Donald Murray dies at 82

Pulitzer winner penned Globe's 'Now and Then'

Donald Murray wrote about the decline of his wife, Minnie Mae, who had Parkinson’s disease.
By Bryan Marquard
Globe Staff / December 31, 2006

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Five days ago, in his last "Now and Then" column published in the Globe before he died, Donald Murray was as in love with writing as he had been as a teenager -- and just as anxious. (Full article: 1068 words)

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