William Saroyan  

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William Saroyan (August 31, 1908, Fresno, California - May 18, 1981, Fresno, California) was an American author. The setting of many of his stories and plays was Fresno, California (sometimes under a fictional name), the center of Armenian-American life in California and where he grew up.

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Works

Plays

Short Stories

  • 1926, "Third day after Christmas"
  • 1935, "Resurrection of a Life"
  • "Gaston" (date unknown)
  • "An Ornery Kind of Kid"
  • "The Parsley Garden"
  • "The Shepherd's Daughter"

"The Hummingbird That Lived Through Winter"

Song




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