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Willie Morris (1934–1999)

Author of My Dog Skip

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A conversation with author Willie Morris
Charlie Rose, Monday, February 16, 1998
Willie Morris

A conversation with author Willie Morris, whose coverage of the third and last trial of Byron De La Beckwith led to the 1997 film version (timspalding)
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Born: 29-Nov-1934
Birthplace: Jackson, MS
Died: 2-Aug-1999
Location of death: Jackson, MS
Cause of death: Heart Failure
Remains: Buried, Glenwood Cemetery, Yazoo City, MS

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Author

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: North Toward Home
Father: Henry Rae Morris
Mother: Marian Weaks Morris
Wife: Celia Ann Buchan (m. 30-Aug-1958, one son)
Son: David Rae Morris (b. 1-Nov-1959)
Wife: JoAnne Prichard (m. 1990)

High School: Yazoo City High School, Yazoo, MS
University: University of Texas at Austin (1956)
University: New College, Oxford University (on a Rhodes Scholarship)
Scholar: Writer-in-Residence, University of Mississippi
Harper's Associate Editor (1963-67), Editor-in-Chief (1967-71)
Rhodes Scholarship

Baseball (18-Sep-1994) ยท Himself
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