Bogue, Lucile Maxfield

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BOGUE, Lucile Maxfield

BOGUE, Lucile Maxfield. American, b. 1911. Genres: Medicine/Health, Children's fiction, Poetry, Theatre, Biography, Novels, Autobiography/Memoirs. Career: English Instructor, Whiteman School, 1957-59; Founder and President, Yampa Valley Coll., Colorado, 1962-66; Director of Guidance, American School, in Japan, Tokyo, 1966-68; Dean, Anna Head School, California, 1968-71; Lecturer, Comparative Literature, Foreign Study League, London, Versailles, Vienna, and Rome, 1969; English Instructor, Colegio Americano of Guayaquil, Ecuador, 1974-75. Publications: Typhoon! Typhoon!, 1970; Eye of the Condor, 1974; Bloodstones: Lines from a Marriage, 1980; Salt Lake (novel), 1982; Dancers on Horseback (biography), 1984; Miracle on the Mountain: The Story of a College, 1987; (ed.) Wings of Wind, 1989; Smoke from Nine Lives (poetry), 1989; I Dare You! How to Stay Young Forever (health), 1990; One Woman, One Ranch, One Summer, 1997; Blood on the Wind, Memoirs of Flying Horse Mollie, a Yampa Ute (novel), 2001. Address: 2611 Brooks, El Cerrito, CA 94530, U.S.A.

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