e.r. burroughs

Burroughs

[bur-ohz, buhr-]
noun
1.
Edgar Rice, 1875–1950, U.S. novelist and short-story writer.
2.
John, 1837–1921, U.S. naturalist and essayist.
3.
William Seward, 1855–98, U.S. inventor of the adding machine.
4.
his grandson, William S(eward) 1914–1997, U.S. novelist.
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Burroughs (ˈbʌrəʊz)
 
n
1.  Edgar Rice. 1875--1950, US novelist, author of the Tarzan stories
2.  William S(eward). 1914--97, US novelist, noted for his experimental works exploring themes of drug addiction, violence, and homosexuality. His novels include Junkie (1953), The Naked Lunch (1959), and Interzone (1989)

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