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Allan Seager

author , educator

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