Synonyms for highsmith or Related words with highsmith
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is the father of former NFL player Alonzo
and uncle of current former NFL player Ali
He is the son of former NFL running back Alonzo
. His brother is A.J.
, who currently is a safety for the Miami Hurricanes.
Before leaving Texas in the 1960s for a Broadway career in New York, Tune worked with Mary
, mother of crime novelist Patricia
, at the Point Summer Theatre. In a letter to her daughter,
referred to Tune as her "adopted boy" whom she called "Romano." Tune later praised
for helping him develop his talents: "She was an opening for me; she opened a little bit of my tight fabric so that I might peer through."
"The Price of Salt" fell out of print. In 1983, lesbian publishing house Naiad Press offered
$5,000 to reprint the novel under her own name, or $2,000 under the pseudonym.
accepted the latter and it was reissued in 1984. The book was republished by Bloomsbury as "Carol" in 1990 under Patricia Highsmith's name, with the addition of an afterword by her. Phyllis Nagy said
chose "Carol" because
, herself, "was Therese and the object of her desire wasn't herself...it was someone else." The novel was so personal to
that "it was difficult for her to take ownership of it as a writer for many years."
Andrew Wilson, in his biography of
(then McKinney) graduated from Minnehaha Academy in Minneapolis in 1964, then spent a year in college at the now-defunct Parsons College in Fairfield, Iowa. In a 2013 profile of
, the Minnehaha Academy alumni magazine, the "Arrow," quoted
is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
published several articles and books. A selection:
Following his football career,
became a professional boxer. Over a four-year career,
amassed a 27–1–2 record in the heavyweight division. Twenty three of those victories came by way of knockout.
ended her relationship with Marijane Meaker about the time she started work on this novel in April 1961. Meaker told an interviewer that
modeled the character of Nickie after her as an act of "retaliation".
dedicated the novel to her mother Mary: "To my mother".
has also coached for Florida A&M, Texas Southern University, and the Toronto Argonauts.
A Dog's Ransom (1972) is a psychological thriller novel by Patricia
played high school football at Central High School in Miami, Florida.
(January 31, 1929 – December 2, 2015) was an American lawyer and judge.
"The Cry of the Owl" is a 1962 novel by Patricia
A lifelong diarist,
left behind eight thousand pages of handwritten notebooks and diaries.
FB Sr. 6-1 235 Miami, HM All-American
Her typeface, "Loupot", designed in collaboration with Cyrus
, is published by Font Bureau.
"5th Annual Selected Artwork,"
University Union Art Gallery. University Of North Carolina Asheville, NC
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