Synonyms for tuten or Related words with tuten

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Examples of "tuten"
Tuten currently resides in New York City's East Village.
Tuten was interred in Palmetto Cemetery, Brunswick, Georgia.
Tuten was born on a farm in Appling County, Georgia. He was educated in county public schools, South Georgia College at Douglas, and Georgia Southern College at Statesboro. Tuten engaged in farming, teaching, bricklaying, and business as a building contractor.
Tuten, Frederic. "Roy Licthenstein's "Last Still Life"". Oxford, MD: Saff & Company, 1998. Print.
Tuten served as chairman of the board of trustees, Brewton Parker College at Mount Vernon, Georgia.
The magazine's advisory board includes: Richard Howard, Norman Solomon, Frederic Tuten
James Russell Tuten (July 23, 1911 – August 16, 1968) was a U.S. Representative from Georgia.
Other muralists include David Sovero, Babatola Oguntoyinbo, Mary McCarthy, Scott Stewart, Jim Tuten, and Ryan Robidoux.
Tuten was appointed as cochairman of the Coastal Plains Regional Commission in 1967.
Tuten also co-wrote the 1981 cult movie "Possession" with its director, Andrzej Zulawski.
Bosnjak and Tuten argue that there are at least seven ways in which online surveys are responded to.
Fischl also collaborated with Jamaica Kincaid, E. L. Doctorow and Frederic Tuten combining paintings and sketches with literary works.
The cover of "Mao" features original artwork by painter Roy Lichtenstein. This is fitting for Tuten whom, in life as in his novels, has a keen interest in artistic criticism (particularly with regard to painting). Tuten himself was actually used as a model for the drawing, which Lichtenstein altered accordingly to resemble Mao.
Born in The Bronx, New York City, New York, in the United States, Tuten is the son of a Sicilian mother and a French-Huguenot father. His father left their family when Tuten was young, and though they were never close, his father eventually was a part of Tuten's life before his death.
Avoca by Charles A. Tuten Sr. Hamilton County Historian. Member of the Hamilton County Florida Historical Society. "Hamilton County, Its History and Its People" Southern Heritage Press.
In 2010, Tuten published "Self Portraits: Fictions" a collection of interrelated short stories that create a portrait of Tuten's life, both real and imagined.
Tuten is also a well-known figure within the art world. He has worked as an art and film critic in various venues such as the New York Times and Artforum and often incorporates allusions to these fields in his fiction as well. Tuten was a close personal friend of Roy Lichtenstein and published several essays on his work, as well as catalogue essays for many other artists including John Baldessari, Ross Bleckner, Eric Fischl, R.B. Kitaj, and David Salle.
Tuten tells the story of Tallien's courtship and marriage to Therese, a condemned member of the French aristocracy. When eyebrows are raised by Tallien's show of clemency, Tuten describes in minute organizational detail the sometimes-banal and sometimes-bloody bureaucratic struggle that ensues. The narrative is intercut with the author's account of his own father's life, demonstrating an illiquid literary mechanism similar to that used in "The Adventures of Mao".
After several injuries, and lack of talented linemen, Tuten suited up for the final 4 games for the Blue Racers, who play in the Continental Indoor Football League. He started both of the team's playoff games.,
Recent guest fiction and poetry editors have included: Alexander Chee, Pia Ehrhardt, Roxane Gay, Francisco Goldman, Randa Jarrar, Sam Lipsyte, Ben Marcus, Claire Messud, George Saunders, Tracy K. Smith, and Frederic Tuten.