Robert Stone

author, 'Damascus Gate'

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Author of novels, short stories, essays, and screenplays; 1975 National Book Award winner for Dog Soldiers; two-time Pulitzer Prize finalist for A Flag for Sunrise (1982) and Bear and His Daughter (1998)

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