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Richard Thomas Sullivan

Richard Thomas Sullivan, American educator, author. Recipient Lay Faculty award University Notre Dame, 1946. member of faculty U. Notre Dame, 1936-1976, Professor of English, 1952-1974, professor emeritus, 1974.

Background

  • Sullivan, Richard Thomas was born on November 29, 1908 in Kenosha, Wisconsin, United States. Son of Thomas A. and Rose (Pitts) Sullivan.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Arts, Univercity Notre Dame, 1930. Student The Art Institute of Chicago Chicago, 1930-1931.

    Career

    • Free-lance writer, 1931-1936. Member of faculty U. Notre Dame, 1936-1976, Professor of English, 1952-1974, professor emeritus, 1974.

    Works

    • Author: (novels) Summer After Summer, 1942, The Dark Continent, 1943, The World of Idella May, 1946, First Citizen, 1948, 311 Congress Court, 1953, The Three Kings, 1956. (short stories) The Fresh and Open Sky, 1950. (non-fiction) Notre Dame, 1951.

      Also reviews, plays.

    Membership

    Member of faculty U. Notre Dame, 1936-1976, Professor of English, 1952-1974, professor emeritus, 1974.

    Connections

    • Married Mabel Constance Priddis, May 2, 1932. Children: Jill Mary (Mistress.
    • father: Thomas A. Sullivan
    • mother: Rose (Pitts) Sullivan
    • spouse: Mabel Constance Priddis
    • child: Jill Mary (Mrs Sullivan
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    Born November 29, 1908
    Died September 13, 1981
    (aged 72)
    Nationality

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