This Biography is about one of the best Novelist Thomas Bailey Aldrich including his Height, weight, Age & Other Detail…
|Biography Of Thomas Bailey Aldrich|
|Real Name||Thomas Bailey Aldrich|
|Profession||Journalists, Editors, Novelists, Poets|
|Nick Name||Thomas Aldrich|
|Famous as||Poet & Novelist|
|Personal life of Thomas Bailey Aldrich|
|Born on||11 November 1836|
|Died At Age||70|
|Born in||Portsmouth, New Hampshire, United States|
|Died on||19 March 1907|
|Place of death||Boston|
|Family Background of Thomas Bailey Aldrich|
|Father||Elias Taft Aldrich|
|Mother||Sarah Abba Bailey Aldrich|
|Personal Fact of Thomas Bailey Aldrich|
Thomas Bailey Aldrich was an American poet, editor and novelist, who went on to serve as the editor of some of the best known publications of the day. His family had planned to send him to Harvard University but his father died when he was still a child and hence the plan was abandoned.
He quit school at the age of 13 and started working as a clerk in New York, but he continued to write side by side and before long his work started getting published in newspapers as well as magazines. It was during his time in New York that his first book The Bells was published and eventually he started working for New York Evening Mirror as a literary critic before moving on to Home Journal as a writer.
His most well-known work is the book The Story of a Bad Boy that drew heavily from his own life. However, it was in his capacity as the editor of the famous American publication The Atlantic Monthly that he is best known. He was the editor of the publication for nine years and was known for his independent views.
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