William Seward Burroughs II (1914-1997) received popularity as an American book writer. He adopted a postmodernist approach and continued to impact on the literature thinking environment. Burroughs wrote novellas, novels, short stories and essays and contributed to a diversity of projects. Burroughs attended Harvard University to study English literature and Anthropology.
In 1942, Burroughs enlisted at the U.S. Army in the 2nd World War. He became turned down after experiencing a drug addiction problem. Burroughs displayed admiration for the right-wing opinion paper for the William Randolph Hearst chain named Westbrook Pegler. Burroughs published a range of novels, fiction, non-fiction, diversity of collections and collaborations. Some of his works include The Dead Star (1969), Interzone (1989), Seven Deadly Sins, Nova Trilogy (1961-1967) and many more.
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