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Date of Birth October 15, 1901
Date of Death June 01, 1986
Place of Birth Russia.
Country Russia
Profession Writer
Horoscope Libra

Ben Field (author) Biography

Ben Field (author) is a famous American writer (1900–1986), who was born on October 15, 1901 in Russia.. According to Astrologers, Ben Field (author)'s zodiac sign is Libra.

Ben Field (pseudonym of Moe Bragin), (October 15, 1900 – June 14, 1986), was an American writer who authored four novels and numerous short stories, poems, and essays.

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Moe Bragin was five years old when he arrived at Ellis Island on March 25, 1906 with his then 26-year-old mother, Bessie, and a younger brother Jacob. They were to join their father, Joseph Bragin, who had come earlier. He attended the New York City public schools and got his baccalaureate degree from the City College of New York in 1923 and his Master of Arts degree from Columbia University in 1928. Although primarily a writer, he taught for many years at the Hebrew Institute of Boro Park. In earlier years and in the summers, when a steady income was needed, he worked variously as a machinist, a logger, a farmhand.

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He started writing during the Depression Years using his own name and started to use the pseudonym, Ben Field, in 1934. Early in his career, while still writing in his own name, he was included in the 1932 "Honor Roll" of distinctive short story writers. Short stories cited as distinctive were "Cow", "Flowers and Weeds", "It Isn't Pie", "New Tuxedo", "No Groundhog's Life", "Praying Mantis", and "We Take Mama Out". The first three were included in the "Honor Roll."

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The thirties and forties was a productive period for him as a creative author. His early reputation was established by short stories that are anthologized with the likes of William Faulkner, Ernest Hemingway, Katherine Porter, Eudora Welty and John Steinbeck. His first major work was a collection of short stories, The Cock's Funeral, published in 1937 with an introduction by Erskine Caldwell. This was followed by three novels, Outside Leaf, Piper Tompkins, The Last Freshet, all published in the forties. Although he continued to write short stories, it was not until 1971 that he wrote his fifth novel, Jacob's Son He died in South Pasadena, California in June 1986. He was a member of the League of American Writers.

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Ben Field was one of the five novelists featured in Betty Ann Burch's The Assimilation Experience of Five American White Ethnic Novelists of the Twentieth Century. Originally published in 1990 by Garland Publishing, Inc. and published as an e-edition in 2017, this book is based on Burch's 1973 dissertation at the University of Minnesota. She writes an extensive biography of Field, based on correspondence with him, and does a critical analysis of Field's work. Burch's papers pertaining to Ben Field are archived at the "Special Collections" of the Elmer L. Anderson Library at the University of Minnesota.[1]

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