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William Inge

Inge, William (1913–73), U.S. playwright. He was noted for psychological studies of life in small Midwestern towns, in such plays as Come Back, Little Sheba (1950), Picnic (1953), which won a Pulitzer Prize, Bus Stop (1955), and A Loss of Roses (1959).

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