Segal, Lore

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SEGAL, Lore

SEGAL, Lore. American (born Austria), b. 1928. Genres: Novels, Children's fiction, Essays, Translations. Career: Writer. Professor, Ohio State University, Columbus, 1992-97, now retired; Professor, University of Illinois, Chicago, 1978-92; Professor of Creative Writing and Literature, Columbia University, NYC, 1969-78, Princeton University, New Jersey, 1973-77, Sarah Lawrence College, Bronxville, New York, 1975-76. Publications: Other People's Houses, 1964; Tell Me a Mitzi, 1970; All the Way Home; Tell Me: A Trudy, 1977; Lucinella (novel), 1978; The Story of Old Mrs. Brubeck and How She Looked for Trouble and Where She Found Him, 1978; Her First American, 1985; The Story of Mrs. Lovewright and Purrless Her Cat, 1985; The Story of King Saul and King David; 1991; Morris the Artist, 2003; Why Mole Shouted and Other Stories, 2004. TRANSLATOR: (with W.D. Snodgrass) Gallows Songs by Christian Morgenstern, 1968; The Juniper Tree and Other Tales from Grimm, 1973; The Book of Adam to Moses, 1987.