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Rex Warner
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Born in Birmingham, West Midlands
Born on 9th of March 1905
Died on 24th of June 1986

Born 1905. Died 1986 - English writer.



Studied classics at Wadham College, Oxford. Established reputation as writer with The Wild Goose Chase (1937) and The Aerodrome (1941). Best known for historical novels including The Young Caesar (1958) and Pericles the Athenian (1963). Also wrote poetry and translated Greek classics.

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