Terence de Vere White, 82, an Irish author and former...

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June 20, 1994

Terence de Vere White, 82, an Irish author and former editor, died Friday in London. He had Parkinson's disease. White wrote 26 books, mostly novels, including "Lucifer Falling" and "The Minister for Justice," and short-story collections. He was the literary editor of the Irish Times from 1961 to 1977. His writing won praise from American critics. In 1969, his book "Ireland," a popular history, was called concise and lucidly written.

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