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Jeremy Larner

(b. 1937)


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(1937–),

author of the novels Drive, He Said (1964) and The Answer (1968), treating college students attempting to cope with an irrational society, in the latter book by resorting to drugs. He wrote the screenplay of his first novel and of The Candidate. His other works include edited, tape-recorded interviews with heroin users, The Addict in the Street (1965), and Nobody Knows (1970), reflections on the presidential campaign of Eugene McCarthy, for whom he was a speech writer.

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