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Full Name: Djuna Barnes
Biography:
(1892-1982) Novelist, journalist, artist. Djuna Barnes' autobiographical novel, "Nightwood" (1936) was recently named one of the 10 greatest lesbian novels of the 20th century. Ms. Barnes lived at 5 Patchin Place, Greenwich Village, New York, New York, from 1940 until she died in 1982.
Author's Timeline:
1892 Orange County
Djuna Chappell Barnes was born in Cornwall-On-Hudson, New York, in 1892. 
1940 New York County
Ms. Barnes lived at 5 Patchin Place in Manhattan, New York, from 1940 until 1982. 
1982 New York County
Djuna Barnes died in New York, New York, in 1982. 
1936 (Unknown) County
Nightwood
Novel. 
1915 (Unknown) County
The Book of Repulsive Women: 8 Rhythms and 5 Drawings
Poetry collection. 
1928 (Unknown) County
Ladies Almanack
 
1962 (Unknown) County
Spillway
 
1911 Kings County
Ms. Barnes entered the Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, New York, in 1911. 
1923 (Unknown) County
A Book
Poetry collection. 
1928 (Unknown) County
Ryder
Family chronicle. 
1982 New York County
Djuna Barnes' body was cremated and the ashes scattered, Greenwich Village, New York, New York.  
? New York County
Ms. Barnes studied briefly at the Art Students League in New York, New York. 

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