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(Hannibal) Hamlin Garland

Garland, (Hannibal) Hamlin (1860–1940), U.S. writer. His fiction portrays pioneering midwestern farm life with bitterness and realism. Among his work is the story collection Main-Travelled Roads (1891) and his autobiographical “Middle Boarder” stories (4 vols., 1917–28). He won the 1921 Pulitzer Prize for biography for A Daughter of the Middle Border, about his wife and her family.

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