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(William) Clyde Fitch

Fitch, (William) Clyde (1865–1909), U.S. playwright known for his social satires and character studies. After graduating from Amherst College in 1886, he moved to New York City and began writing short stories for magazines. During his career he wrote and produced 30 plays and 22 adaptations of novels, including Beau Brummel (1890), Captain Jinks of the Horse Marines (1901), The Girl With the Green Eyes (1902), and The City (1909).

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