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In 1962 she married radio producer Howard Engle and the couple rasied twins until the marriage ended in divorce in 1975. Additionally, the writer will receive a miniature of the original alabaster stone canoe model crafted by well-known stone carver Tom Huff. Women writers in Malayalam literature have made rather important contributions to the literary field. Firstly, Michael achieved a great honour in his career, but which one was it?

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Publisher: Reading Girl (July 15, 2013)

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