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Ernest Cook Poole (January 23, 1880 – January 10, 1950) was an American journalist, novelist, and playwright. Poole is best remembered for his sympathetic first-hand reportage of revolutionary Russia during and immediately after the Revolution of 1905 and Revolution of 1917 and as a popular writer of proletarian-tinged fiction during the era of World War I and the 1920s. Poole was the winner of the first Pulitzer Prize for Fiction, awarded in 1918 for his book, His Family.
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1930 - Unknown
Book: Who's Who in Literature 1930
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