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Joseph Heller (1923 – 1999)
|Nationality: American||Periods: American: 20th Century|
novelist, best known for Catch-22
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- Joseph Heller – Closing Time
- “Ramona Koval in conversation with American novelist and memoirist Joseph Heller, master of the absurd, so much so that the title of his first novel and most famous book ‘Catch 22’ has entered the English language as the word for an absurd and illogical concept.”
- Contains: Interview
- Author: Ramona Koval
- From: Australian Broadcasting Corporation Radio National http://www.abc.net.au/rn
- Joseph Heller Draws Dead Bead on the Politics of Gloom
- “Heller was a staunch opponent of the war in Vietnam. He supported the candidacy of anti-war Senator Eugene McCarthy despite his skepticism of politicians.”
- Contains: Commentary
- Author: Israel Shenker
- From: The New York Times September 10, 1968
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Last Updated Apr 29, 2013