|1.||Sir Arthur Travers, known as Bomber Harris. 1892--1984, British air marshal. He was commander-in-chief of Bomber Command of the RAF (1942--45)|
|2.||Frank. 1856--1931, British writer and journalist; his books include his autobiography My Life and Loves (1923--27) and Contemporary Portraits (1915--30)|
|3.||Joel Chandler. 1848--1908, US writer; creator of Uncle Remus|
|4.||Roy. 1898--1979, US composer, esp of orchestral and choral music incorporating American folk tunes|
Irish-born American journalist and man of letters best known for his unreliable autobiography, My Life and Loves, 3 vol. (1923-27), the sexual frankness of which was new for its day and created trouble with censors in Great Britain and the United States. He was also an editor of fearless talent, which he sometimes abused by turning out scandal sheets
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