Of the books mentioned as being published in 1908, I have read:G.K. Chesterson, The Man Who Was ThursdayE.M. Forster, A Room with a ViewKenneth Grahame, The Wind in the WillowsMary Roberts Rinehart, The Circular StaircaseH.G. Wells, A Modern Utopia Of the authors mentioned as having been born in 1908, I have read books by Dee BrownJack WilliamsonTheodore RoethkeIan FlemingWilliam SaroyanRichard WrightMartha GellhornClaude Levi-StraussThe following famous economists (or is that an oxymoron?) were born in 1908(I'm an economist)John Kenneth Galbraith Nicholas KaldorLeon Keyserling.Baseball players born in 1908http://www.baseball-reference.com/leagues/MLB/1908-births.shtmlThree HoFersLefty GomezErnie LombardiAl Lopez
I've read the same books you have except for the Wells. I've read THE HOUSE ON THE BORDERLAND, to take its place, though. I haven't read Martha Gellhorn or Claude Levi-Strauss, but I've read Winston Graham.
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