Anita Hale Shreve was an American writer, chiefly known for her novels. One of her first published stories, Past the Island, Drifting , was awarded an O. Henry Prize in 1976.Early years and education Born in Boston as the eldest of three daughters, Shreve grew up in Dedham, Massachusetts. She was a member of the Dedham High School class of 1964. Her father, Richard Harold Shreve , was an airline pilot for Delta Air Lines and later a trompe l'oeil painter, while her mother, Bibiana Kennedy, was a homemaker. Shreve graduated in 1968 from Tufts University and was a member of Chi Omega.Source: Wikipedia
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