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Peter De Vries Biography (1910-)
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- playwright, novelist, editor
- Birth Details
- February 27, 1910
- Chicago, Illinois
- Editor, community newspaper, Chicago, 1931-32; associate editor/co-editor, Poetry magazine, 1938-44; member editorial staff, The New Yorker, 1944-present.
The Tunnel of Love, with Joseph Fields, Royale, NY, 1957, Her Majesty's Theatre, London, 1957; a dramatization of his novel Reuben, Reuben by Herman Shumlin, Spofford, ANTA, NY, 1967.
Films (made from Mr. De Vries books)
The Tunnel of Love, 1958; How Do I Love Thee, 1970; Pete'n' Tillie, 1973; Reuben, Reuben, 1983.
No, But I Saw the Movie, 1952; The Tunnel of Love, 1954; Comfort Me with Apples, 1956; The Mackerel Plaza, 1958; The tents of Wickedness, 1959; Through the Fields of Clover, 1961; The Blood of the Lamb, 1961; Reuben, Reuben, 1964; Let Me Count the Ways, 1965; The Vale of Laughter, 1967; The Cat's Pajamas and Witch's Milk, 1968; Mrs. Wallop, 1970; Into Your TentI'll Creep, 1971; Without a Stitch in Time, 1972; ForeverPanting, 1973; The Glory of the Hummingbird, 1974; I Hear America Swinging, 1976; Madder Music, 1977; Consenting Adults or TheDuchess Will Be Furious, 1980; Sauce for the Goose, 1981.
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