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Allan Seager

Allan Seager, American author, educator. Member faculty of University of Michigan, 1935-1968, professor of English, 1958-1968. Guggenheim fellow, 1965.

Background

  • Seager, Allan was born on February 5, 1906 in Adrian, Michigan, United States. Son of Arch and Emma (Allan) Seager.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Arts, University of Michigan, 1930. Bachelor of Arts, Oxford (England) University, 1933, Master of Arts, 1947.

    Career

    • December 1966); children—Mary Vincent, Laura Allan. Married second, Joan Rambo, March 25, 1968.

    Works

    • Author (novels) Equinox, 1943, The Inheritance, 1948, Amos Berry, 1953, Hilda Manning, 1956, Death of Anger, 1960. (short story collections) The Old Man of the Mountain, 1950, A Fieze of Girls, 1964. (translations from French) (Stendhal) Memoirs of a Tourist by Henri Beyle, 1962.

    Membership

    Member faculty of University of Michigan, 1935-1968, professor of English, 1958-1968. Guggenheim fellow, 1965.

    Connections

    • Married Barbara Jane Watson, November 10, 1938 (deceased.; married second, Joan Rambo, March 25, 1968. Children: Mary Vincent, Laura Allan.
    • father: Arch Seager
    • mother: Emma (Allan) Seager
    • spouses: Barbara Jane Watson
    • Joan Rambo
    • children: Mary Vincent Seager
    • Laura Allan Seager
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    Born February 5, 1906
    Died March 10, 1968
    (aged 62)
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