American playwright Edward Albee he owned and lived and wrote in a 10st brownstone, near where i lived.. i thought he was very sexy, he didn't know i was on earth. really.
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To be a good writer is to have your own opinion and voice it in such a way that others are astonished to read because their reflection of thoughts is right in front of them, but they didn't know how to put it into words themselves.
its a writer thing
Edward Albee (Edward Franklin Albee III born in Washington, D.C. - March 12, 1928) is an American playwright. Works include: Edward Albee's At Home at the Zoo, Lolita +48 more
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Edward Albee wrote WHO'S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOOLF?, which Artistic Director Jerry Manning considers one of the top five greatest American plays.
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Edward Albee (1928) - American playwright. Photo © Suzanne Paul
Edward Albee Pulitzer Prize winning openly gay playwright author of "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf" dead at age 88
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Edward Albee in mugging contest with an abyssinian [in an era when that was a Very. Exotic. Cat.]
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