P. F. Kluge

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P. F. Kluge
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Years: 1967-1969
P. F. Kluge started in Federated_States_of_Micronesia 1967
P. F. Kluge
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Chris Campe, Maura Fulton, Maura J. Fulton, Harmon Howze, Andrew Karrer, P. F. Kluge, Bob Levitan, Maureen Payne
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Paul Frederick Kluge (born 1942 in New Jersey), commonly known as P. F. Kluge is a novelist living in Gambier, Ohio. Kluge graduated from Kenyon College in Gambier in 1964 and teaches creative writing there now. He served in the Peace Corps from 1967-69 in Micronesia.

He is the author of several acclaimed novels, including Eddie and the Cruisers, Biggest Elvis (1997), Seasons for War, MacArthur's Ghost, The Day I Die: A Novel of Suspense, and his most recent, Final Exam (2005).

Kluge's popular non-fiction work, Alma Mater: A College Homecoming chronicles Kluge's time as a student and teacher at Kenyon College. This work vividly describes the struggles a liberal arts colleges goes through changing times. The Edge of Paradise: America in Micronesia describes his peace corps experiences.

Two of Kluge's works have been made into films, Eddie and the Cruisers, based on his novel of the same name, and Dog Day Afternoon, written with Thomas Moore as a Life article.

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