Fredric Brown Bibliography Mla

 

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Summary Bibliography: Fredric Brown

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  • Author: Fredric Brown Author Record # 10
  • Legal Name: Brown, Fredric William
  • Birthplace: Cincinnati, Ohio, USA
  • Birthdate: 29 October 1906
  • Deathdate: 11 March 1972
  • Language: English
  • Webpages:Books and Writers, IMDB, pulpserenade.com, SFE3, Wikipedia-EN, Wikipedia-JA
  • Used These Alternate Names:Фредерик Браун?, Фредрик Браун?, Fredrik Braun, Frederic Brown, Fredrick Brown, Fredrik Brown, フレデリック・ブラウン?, Frederik Brown, Frederick Brown, フレドリック・ブラウン?, Felix Graham, Jack Hobart, A. McFail, Allen Morse
  • Author Tags:science fiction (15), humorous (7), X Minus 1 (6), Librivox (5), fantasy (5), recursive sf (NESFA index) (4), devil (3), mars (2), alien invasion (2), detective (2), time travel (2), unknown worlds (1), comedy (1), asteroid belt (1), brain parasites (1), Anatomy of Wonder 1 Core Collection (1), asteroid (1), mad scientist (1), Dimension X (1), last man on Earth (1) and 8 additional tags. View all tags for Fredric Brown
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    • Translation:Dieu [French] (1974)
    • Translation:La ricerca [Italian] (1983)
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