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Cherry, K (eroline) J (anise) ( Carolyn Janice Cherryh ) (b.

September 1, 1942, St.

Louis, Missouri [St.

Louis, Missouri]) - American science fiction writer. Cherryh is the working name of the writer, whose surname is actually written Cherry, which is indifferent for the Russian language. She holds a BA in Latin and an MA in Classical Literature (1965) from John Hopkins University in Oklahoma, where she moved with her family at the age of three. She then taught Latin and ancient history for 11 years in Oklahoma City schools. Her subsequent work was strongly influenced by her passion for the philosophy of Aristotle and Virgil. She traveled a lot, visited Italy, Greece, Turkey, Crete, visited places that were the cradle of ancient civilization. She has been writing novels since she was 10. The first SF publication is the novel Gate of Ivrel (1975, Russian 1996), published by D.

Wallheim in his publishing house DAW Books. Since 1977 she has been a professional writer, helped by ...

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Cherry, K (eroline) J (anise) ( Carolyn Janice Cherryh ) (b. September 1, 1942, St. Louis, Missouri [St. Louis, Missouri]) - American science fiction writer. Cherryh is the working name of the writer, whose surname is actually written Cherry, which is indifferent for the Russian language. She holds a BA in Latin and an MA in Classical Literature (1965) from John Hopkins University in Oklahoma, where she moved with her family at the age of three. She then taught Latin and ancient history for 11 years in Oklahoma City schools. Her subsequent work was strongly influenced by her passion for the philosophy of Aristotle and Virgil. She traveled a lot, visited Italy, Greece, Turkey, Crete, visited places that were the cradle of ancient civilization. She has been writing novels since she was 10. The first SF publication is the novel Gate of Ivrel (1975, Russian 1996), published by D. Wallheim in his publishing house DAW Books. Since 1977 she has been a professional writer, helped by both the success of the first books and deep discontent with the bureaucracy in American education. She also worked as a translator from French books by French science fiction writers. © bvi.rusf.ru http://fantlab.ru/autor437