Noted Authors

October 18, 1998|By Encyclopedia of Literature

Didion wrote her first novel "Run River" while working fo Vogue magazine as a copywriter and later an editor. As a native Californian, she wrote "Run River" depicting a California family breaking apart.

Didion wrote heavily on the political and social changes of the '60s in several works, namely "Slouching Towards Bethlehem," a collection of magazine columns, "The White Album," another collection, and the volume "After Henry," also published as "Sentimental Journeys."

Pub Date: 10/18/98

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