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Well-known for his popular magazine columns later reprinted in collection form, including Grenadine Etching (1947) and The Old Man the Boy (1957), Robert Ruark became even more of a household name after Something of Value (1955) was turned into a popular 1957 movie.
Well-known for his popular magazine columns later reprinted in collection form, including Grenadine Etching (1947) and The Old Man the Boy (1957), Robert Ruark became even more of a household name after Something of Value (1955) was turned into a popular 1957 movie.
 
Born in Wilmington on December 29, 1915, Robert Chester Ruark was known as the "poor man's Hemingway" and he became one of North Carolina's most prominent twentieth-century writers.
Born in Wilmington on December 29, 1915, Robert Chester Ruark was known as the "poor man's Hemingway" and he became one of North Carolina's most prominent twentieth-century writers.
 
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