Roger (Joseph) Zelazny Biography

This Biography consists of approximately 16 pages of information about the life of Roger (Joseph) Zelazny.
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Dictionary of Literary Biography on Roger (Joseph) Zelazny

A winner of both Hugo and Nebula awards, Roger Zelazny has an international reputation. His work has been translated into French, Italian, Spanish, German, Dutch, Swedish, Greek, Hebrew, and Japanese, and it has been adapted for other media, including the theater and the movies. Not content to rest on his laurels by writing and rewriting according to one successful formula, he constantly experiments with new forms and new concepts. Despite his willingness to test himself and his facility at writing stories of all lengths, however, Zelazny truly excels at the novelette and novella.

Born in Cleveland, Ohio, Zelazny grew up in Euclid, one of its suburbs. He attended the public schools there and completed a B.A. in English at Western Reserve University in 1959. After graduation, he enrolled at Columbia University, where he finished a master's degree in Elizabethan and Jacobean drama in 1962. In late 1960, he joined...

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