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Fletcher, John Gould

Born: 1886 AD
Died: 1950 AD

1886 – Born on the 3rd of January.

1915 – His early works include Irradiations: Sand and Spray.

1916 – Goblins and Pagodas.

1928 – The Black Rock.

1939 – He won the Pulitzer Prize.

1946 – The Burning Mountain.

1937  – He wrote his autobiography, Life is My Song.

1947 – He published Arkansas, a beautifully written history of his home state.

1936 – On the 18th of January, he married a noted author of children’s books, Charlie May Simon.

1950 – Fletcher suffered from depression and on 20th of May, committed suicide by drowning in a pond near his home in Little Rock, Arkansas.