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Full Name: Irwin Shaw
(1913-1984) Playwright, novelist, short story writer. Irwin Shaw was born in the Bronx, New York, moved to Brooklyn, New York, and also lived in Manhattan, New York. He wrote "The Young Lions" (1948) and "Rich Man, Poor Man" (1970), which was the basis for a long-running, pioneering mini-series on television in 1975.
Author's Timeline:
1913 Bronx County
Irwin Shaw was born Irwin Gilbert Shamforoff in the Bronx, New York, on February 27, 1913. 
1984 (Unknown) County
Irwin Shaw died in a hospital in Davos, Switzerland, on May 16, 1984. 
1948 (Unknown) County
The Young Lions
(Pub: Random House ISBN: )
1969 (Unknown) County
Rich Man, Poor Man
(Pub: New York: Delacorte Press ISBN: )
Novel which was the basis for a long-running, pioneering mini-series on television in 1975.  
1934 Kings County
Mr. Shaw earned a bachelor of arts degree from Brooklyn College in Brooklyn, New York, in 1934. 
1936 (Unknown) County
Bury the Dead
1939 (Unknown) County
The Gentle People
1937 (Unknown) County
1940 (Unknown) County
Retreat to Pleasure
1943 (Unknown) County
Sons and Soldiers
1978 (Unknown) County
Short Stories: Five Decades
(Pub: New York: Delacorte Press ISBN: 0440041473 ISBN-13: 978-0440041474)
Collection of short stories. 
1982 (Unknown) County
Acceptable Losses
(Pub: Arbor House Publishing Company ISBN: 0877954372 ISBN-13: 978-0877954378)
1977 (Unknown) County
Beggarman, Thief
(Pub: New York: Delacorte Press ISBN: 0440006732 ISBN-13: 978-0440006732)
Sequel to the 1970 novel, "Rich Man, Poor Man." 
1984 Suffolk County
Mr. Shaw had a home in Southampton, New York. 
? Kings County
Mr. Shaw lived in Brooklyn, New York. 
? New York County
Mr. Shaw lived in Manhattan, New York. 

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