Word "AGEE" Definitions:


Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
United States novelist (1909-1955)
Synonyms:
james agee

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Outfielder Tommie in the NY Mets Hall of Fame LA Times Daily 12 Oct 2022
Screenwriter James Eugene Sheffer 27 Sep 2022
Pulitzer-winning author James Wall Street Journal 20 Sep 2022
Pulitzer winner James Eugene Sheffer 13 Sep 2022
Baseball's Tommie Eugene Sheffer 26 Aug 2022
James ___, author who won a posthumous Pulitzer New York Times 04 Jul 2022
Writer James Eugene Sheffer 02 Jun 2022
Miracle Mets outfielder Tommie The Washington Post 19 Apr 2022
Miracle Mets outfielder Tommie LA Times Daily 19 Apr 2022
"Go Hang a Salami! I'm a Lasagna Hog!" palindromist Jon Universal 15 Apr 2022
1940s film critic James Premier Sunday 03 Apr 2022
'A Death in the Family' author James The Washington Post 27 Mar 2022
"A Death in the Family" author James LA Times Daily 27 Mar 2022
Writer James Eugene Sheffer 22 Mar 2022
“A Death in the Family” author James Wall Street Journal 21 Mar 2022
Tommie of the “Miracle Mets” Wall Street Journal 14 Mar 2022
Pulitzer winner James Wall Street Journal 26 Feb 2022
Baseball's Tommie Eugene Sheffer 22 Feb 2022
Author who won a posthumous Pulitzer Wall Street Journal 03 Feb 2022
Pulitzer-winning writer James LA Times Daily 02 Feb 2022
Pulitzer-winning writer James The Washington Post 02 Feb 2022
“A Death in the Family” author Wall Street Journal 29 Jan 2022
Screenwriter James LA Times Daily 09 Jan 2022
He won a posthumous Pulitzer Prize in 1958 New York Times 17 Dec 2021
Old film critic James Premier Sunday 05 Dec 2021
Screenwriter James Eugene Sheffer 22 Nov 2021
Old Time film critic James Premier Sunday 10 Oct 2021
Pulitzer-winning author James The Washington Post 30 Sep 2021
Pulitzer-winning author James LA Times Daily 30 Sep 2021
Pulitzer winner James Eugene Sheffer 27 Sep 2021
Tommie of the Miracle Mets The Washington Post 22 Sep 2021
Tommie of the Miracle Mets LA Times Daily 22 Sep 2021
'A Death in the Family' author James The Washington Post 07 Sep 2021
"A Death in the Family" author James LA Times Daily 07 Sep 2021
Steve of “The Sarah Silverman Program” Wall Street Journal 26 Aug 2021
Posthumous Pulitzer winner of 1958 New York Times 21 Aug 2021
Writer James Eugene Sheffer 18 Aug 2021
'The African Queen' co-screenwriter James The Washington Post Sunday 15 Aug 2021
Writer James Thomas Joseph 06 Aug 2021
"The African Queen" co-screenwriter James LA Times Daily 27 Jul 2021
'The African Queen' co-screenwriter James The Washington Post 27 Jul 2021
Pulitzer-winning novelist James Wall Street Journal 20 May 2021
Baseball's Tommie Eugene Sheffer 05 May 2021
Miracle Mets outfielder Tommie Wall Street Journal 29 Apr 2021
Pulitzer winner James Eugene Sheffer 28 Apr 2021
"A Death in the Family" Pulitzer winner LA Times Daily 28 Apr 2021
'A Death in the Family' Pulitzer winner The Washington Post 28 Apr 2021
"A Death in the Family" author Universal 11 Apr 2021
“A Death in the Family” author Wall Street Journal 03 Apr 2021
1958 Pulitzer winner James Wall Street Journal 13 Mar 2021
Pulitzer-winning author James The Washington Post 21 Feb 2021
Pulitzer-winning author James LA Times Daily 21 Feb 2021
"A Death in the Family" author James Universal 17 Feb 2021
Screenwriter James The Washington Post 14 Feb 2021
Screenwriter James LA Times Daily 14 Feb 2021
'The African Queen' screenwriter The Washington Post 12 Feb 2021
"The African Queen" screenwriter LA Times Daily 12 Feb 2021
"A Death in the Family" novelist James Universal 24 Jan 2021
Screenwriter James Eugene Sheffer 23 Jan 2021
Pulitzer-winning James New York Times 29 Dec 2020
C.I.A. whistle-blower Philip New York Times 27 Dec 2020
Writer James Eugene Sheffer 26 Nov 2020
"A Death in the Family" author James Premier Sunday 15 Nov 2020
James who wrote "A Death in the Family" Universal 12 Nov 2020
Palindromist Jon of 'Sit on a Potato Pan, Otis!' New York Times 28 Oct 2020
Miracle Mets outfielder Tommie The Washington Post 16 Oct 2020
Miracle Mets outfielder Tommie LA Times Daily 16 Oct 2020
“A Death in the Family” writer Wall Street Journal 30 Sep 2020
Pulitzer-winning author James Wall Street Journal 31 Aug 2020
Old film critic James Premier Sunday 23 Aug 2020
'A Death in the Family' author James The Washington Post 12 Aug 2020
"A Death in the Family" author James LA Times Daily 12 Aug 2020
Writer and film critic James New York Times 19 Jul 2020
Author James New York Times 12 Jul 2020
"A Death in the Family" author LA Times Daily 26 Feb 2020
'A Death in the Family' author The Washington Post 26 Feb 2020
'The African Queen' screenwriter James The Washington Post 04 Feb 2020
"The African Queen" screenwriter James LA Times Daily 04 Feb 2020
Jon who wrote and illustrated "Palindromania!"
"The Night of the Hunter" screenwriter James
'A Death in the Family' writer The Washington Post 15 Dec 2019
"A Death in the Family" writer LA Times Daily 15 Dec 2019
James who wrote 'A Death in the Family' New York Times 18 Nov 2019
'Let Us Now Praise Famous Men' writer New York Times 17 Nov 2019
'A Death in the Family' author James USA Today 13 Oct 2019
Pulitzer-winning James
'A Death in the Family' author Wall Street Journal 10 Aug 2019
'The Morning Watch' author James Wall Street Journal 24 Jul 2019
'A Death in the Family' author James Wall Street Journal 04 Jun 2019
Out of kilter Canadiana 20 May 2019
'The African Queen' scriptwriter James Premier Sunday 19 May 2019
"Permit Me Voyage" poet LA Times Daily 23 Mar 2019
'Permit Me Voyage' poet The Washington Post 23 Mar 2019
'The Morning Watch' novelist James Wall Street Journal 20 Mar 2019
Screenwriter James of 'The African Queen' New York Times 29 Jan 2019
Tommie of the 'Miracle Mets' Wall Street Journal 26 Jan 2019
Screenwriter James of "The African Queen"
"The Night of the Hunter" screenwriter
Tommie of the "Miracle Mets"
"A Death in the Family" author
"The African Queen" screenwriter James
"Permit Me Voyage" poet
Miracle Mets outfielder Tommie
"The Morning Watch" novelist James
"A Death in the Family" author James
"The Morning Watch" author James
"A Death in the Family" author James
"A Death in the Family" author
"A Death in the Family" author James
Pulitzer Prize winner for 'A Death in the Family' New York Times 11 Oct 2018
Jon who wrote and illustrated 'Smart Feller, Fart Smeller and Other Spoonerisms' New York Times 22 Sep 2018
Tommie of the 1969 Miracle Mets LA Times Daily 16 Sep 2018
Tommie of the 1969 Miracle Mets The Washington Post 16 Sep 2018
Pulitzer-winning writer James Wall Street Journal 21 Aug 2018
Literary surname that sounds like two letters Newsday 11 Aug 2018
Steve of 'Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2' Jonesin 31 Jul 2018
"Hoop Dreams" subject Arthur Universal 27 Jul 2018
1958 Pulitzer author James The Washington Post 21 Jul 2018
1958 Pulitzer author James LA Times Daily 21 Jul 2018
Writer James Thomas Joseph 01 Jun 2018
Miracle Met Tommie New York Times 30 May 2018
Tommie of the Amazin' Mets LA Times Daily 24 May 2018
Tommie of the Amazin' Mets The Washington Post 24 May 2018
James who won a posthumous Pulitzer New York Times 20 May 2018
Survey info The Washington Post Sunday 06 May 2018
James with a posthumous Pulitzer New York Times 01 Feb 2018
Novelist James Universal 03 Jan 2018
Miracle Met Tommie
Novelist James
Pulitzer-winning writer James
Jon who wrote and illustrated "Smart Feller, Fart Smeller and Other Spoonerisms"
Tommie of the Amazin' Mets
Tommie of the 1969 Miracle Mets
Screenwriter James
Pulitzer-winning author James
1958 Pulitzer author James
James who won a posthumous Pulitzer
James with a posthumous Pulitzer
Pulitzer Prize winner for "A Death in the Family"
"Hoop Dreams" subject Arthur
Tommie of '60s-'70s baseball The Washington Post 30 Nov 2017
Tommie of '60s-'70s baseball LA Times Daily 30 Nov 2017
Pulitzer Prize-winning author James New York Times 13 Nov 2017
1958 Pulitzer-winning author James LA Times Daily 23 Oct 2017
1958 Pulitzer-winning author James The Washington Post 23 Oct 2017
Jon who wrote and illustrated 'Palindromania!' New York Times 05 Oct 2017
'A Death in the Family' author James The Chronicle of Higher Education 22 Sep 2017
'The African Queen' screenwriter James Wall Street Journal 20 Sep 2017
Skewed Canadiana 18 Sep 2017
Film critic James The Washington Post Sunday 17 Sep 2017
James with a posthumous Pulitzer USA Today 05 Sep 2017
'A Death in the Family' writer James Wall Street Journal 14 Aug 2017
Pulitzer novelist James The Washington Post 25 Jun 2017
'A Death in the Family' writer James Premier Sunday 25 Jun 2017
Pulitzer novelist James LA Times Daily 25 Jun 2017
"A Death in the Family" author USA Today 20 Jun 2017
1969 World Series hero Tommie New York Times 06 Apr 2017
"African Queen" screenwriter James USA Today 06 Apr 2017
"Permit Me Voyage" author James Universal 10 Jan 2017
''The African Queen'' screenwriter Newsday 08 Jan 2017
'Permit Me Voyage' author Premier Sunday 08 Jan 2017
Pulitzer Prize-winning author James
"A Death in the Family" author
1958 Pulitzer-winning author James
Pulitzer novelist James
"A Death in the Family" author James
Tommie of '60s-'70s baseball
1969 World Series hero Tommie
James with a posthumous Pulitzer
"Permit Me Voyage" author James
1958 Pulitzer winner James The Washington Post 21 Dec 2016
"Let Us Now Praise Famous Men" author Universal 19 Nov 2016
Writer James with a posthumous Pulitzer The Washington Post 16 Nov 2016
Tommie of the Miracle Mets Wall Street Journal 04 Nov 2016
'The African Queen' screenwriter James The Chronicle of Higher Education 16 Sep 2016
"A Death in the Family" writer James Universal 19 Aug 2016
A Death in The Family author Canadiana 08 Aug 2016
James _____ (A Death in The Family author) Canadiana 01 Aug 2016
1940s film critic James New York Times 14 Jul 2016
"A Death in the Family" author James USA Today 13 Jul 2016
"The Morning Watch" novelist LA Times Daily 30 Jun 2016
Jon who wrote and illustrated 'Go Hang a Salami! I'm a Lasagna Hog!' New York Times 23 Jun 2016
Pulitzer winner James Universal 24 May 2016
1940s film critic James Premier Sunday 22 May 2016
"The African Queen" screenwriter Universal 06 May 2016
Pulitzer winner James New York Times 24 Mar 2016
"The Morning Watch" novelist James Universal 21 Mar 2016
Coauthor of Bogart's Oscar role Newsday 05 Mar 2016
"Permit Me Voyage" poet James LA Times Daily 14 Feb 2016
Miracle Mets star LA Times Daily 30 Jan 2016
'A Death in the Family' writer Wall Street Journal 16 Jan 2016
"Permit Me Voyage" poet James
Pulitzer winner James
"A Death in the Family" writer James
Jon who wrote and illustrated "Go Hang a Salami! I'm a Lasagna Hog!"
1940s film critic James
"A Death in the Family" author James
"The Morning Watch" novelist
Miracle Mets star
Miracle Mets star Tommie LA Times Daily 26 Dec 2015
1958 Pulitzer-winning author LA Times Daily 12 Dec 2015
Slugger Tommie Eugene Sheffer 02 Dec 2015
Former Time film critic The Washington Post 06 Nov 2015
James of 'A Death in the Family' fame The Chronicle of Higher Education 30 Oct 2015
James who wrote 'Knoxville: Summer, 1915' The Chronicle of Higher Education 11 Sep 2015
James with a 1958 Pulitzer Premier Sunday 30 Aug 2015
'A Death in the Family' writer James New York Times 17 Aug 2015
Miracle Mets player Tommie New York Times 05 Aug 2015
"The Morning Watch" author James Universal 10 Jul 2015
Mildly deranged Canadiana 22 Jun 2015
"The African Queen" co-screenwriter LA Times Daily 21 Jun 2015
'A Death in the Family' novelist James Premier Sunday 26 Apr 2015
First Met to win a Gold Glove LA Times Daily 22 Mar 2015
"Let Us Now Praise Famous Men" writer James Universal 05 Mar 2015
'Let Us Now Praise Famous Men' writer The Chronicle of Higher Education 27 Feb 2015
Author James Eugene Sheffer 23 Feb 2015
Pulitzer Prize-winning author James Universal 20 Feb 2015
'40s film critic James LA Times Daily 18 Jan 2015
"Let Us Now Praise Famous Men" author James
"Let Us Now Praise Famous Men" writer James
"The Morning Watch" author James
Pulitzer Prize-winning author James
Miracle Mets star Tommie
First Met to win a Gold Glove
1958 Pulitzer-winning author
'40s film critic James
"The African Queen" co-screenwriter
Former Time film critic
Center fielder on the '69 Miracle Mets
1940s film critic
"Let Us Now Praise Famous Men" writer James
"A Death in the Family" writer James
"A Death in the Family" author James
James who wrote "Knoxville: Summer, 1915"
James of "A Death in the Family" fame
"Let Us Now Praise Famous Men" writer
"A Death in the Family" writer
James with a 1958 Pulitzer
'A Death in the Family' novelist James
Miracle Mets player Tommie
"The Morning Watch" author
James who wrote "Let Us Now Praise Famous Men"
Film critic James
Writer James
Out of kilter
Pulitzer-winning author James
1958 Pulitzer winner James
"The African Queen" scripter
"Miracle Mets" center fielder Tommie
Pulitzer winner James
"Palindromania!" writer Jon
"The Morning Watch" novelist James
"A Death in the Family" novelist
Film critic James
"The Night of the Hunter" screenwriter
Writer/critic/screenwriter James
Tommie of the Miracle Mets
Pulitzer winner James
"Inside the Company: C.I.A. Diary" author Philip
'Permit Me Voyage' writer James
James who coscripted "The African Queen"
Author and screenwriter James
Tommie of the Miracle Mets
James who wrote "The Morning Watch"
James who died three years before winning a Pulitzer
James with a Pulitzer
"The African Queen" scriptwriter James
"The Night of the Hunter" co-screenwriter James
James who created filmdom's Charlie Allnut and Rose Sayer
Miracle Mets outfielder Tommie
"A Death in the Family" Pulitzer winner James
Tommie of the Amazin' Mets
"Let Us Now Praise Famous Men" author James
James who wrote "Let Us Now Praise Famous Men"
Critic James
Tommie of the Miracle Mets
Tommie of Mets history
Tommie of the Miracle Mets
Tommie or James
Writer James
Miracle Met Tommie
"The African Queen" screenwriter James
"Let Us Now Praise Famous Men" writer James
"A Death in the Family" author
1958 Pulitzer Prize winner for fiction
"Permit Me Voyage" poet James
"The Morning Watch" writer
Tommie of the Miracle Mets
"A Death in the Family" author
"A Death in the Family" author
"A Death in the Family" author James
'40s film critic James
1940s Time film critic James
Miracle Mets member Tommie
Pulitzer winner for "A Death in the Family"
1940s film critic James
Pulitzer-winning author James
"The African Queen" screenwriter James
"The Morning Watch" author James
Author James or outfielder Tommie
1940s Time film critic James
Tommie of the Miracle Mets
Outfielder Tommie of the Miracle Mets
1966 A.L. Rookie of the Year
"The African Queen" screenwriter James
Winner of a posthumous Pulitzer for "A Death in the Family"
Posthumous Pulitzer winner James
"A Death In The Family" author
"The African Queen" scriptwriter James
Film critic James
Pulitzer fiction winner, 1958
One-time Time critic James
Screenwriter James
Film critic James
James who co-wrote the script for 39-Across
One-time Time critic James
Author who won a posthumous Pulitzer in 1958
Posthumous 1958 Pulitzer winner
Depression-era writer James
Philip with a 1975 best seller on C.I.A. secrets
Miracle Mets star
"The African Queen" co-screenwriter
"Let Us Now Praise Famous Men" writer
"Permit Me Voyage" poet James
"The African Queen" screenwriter James
"The Morning Watch" novelist James
1958 Pulitzer winner James
Pulitzer-winning author James
"Let Us Now Praise Famous Men" author James
James who wrote "A Death in the Family"
"The African Queen" scriptwriter
Tommie of baseball
"The Morning Watch" author
Miracle Mets teammate of Swoboda and Jones
Posthumous Pulitzer Prize winner James
Tommie of the 1969 World Series Mets
"A Death In the Family" author
Tommie of the "Miracle Mets"
"A Death in the Family" author James
Posthumous Pulitzer winner of 1958
Tommie of the Amazins
"Let Us Now Praise Famous Men" author James
"Let Us Now Praise Famous Men" author
"A Death in the Family" Pulitzer winner James
Miracle Mets center fielder Tommy
"Let Us Now Praise Famous Men" writer
"Permit Me Voyage" poet
"The African Queen" co-screenwriter
Children's book author Jon
"Let Us Now Praise Famous Men" writer
"The Morning Watch" author
"A Death in the Family" novelist
1966 A.L. Rookie of the Year
Posthumous 1958 Pulitzer-winning author (h)
Tommie of the "Miracle Mets"
"A Death in the Family" writer
"The African Queen" co-screen writer James
1940s film critic James
Tommie of the 70-Across
"A Death in the Family" novelist
1966 A.L. Rookie of the Year
Posthumous 1958 Pulitzer-winning author (h)
"Permit Me Voyage" poet
Onetime film critic for "The Nation"
Pulitzer author James
Pulitzer prize winner James
Teammate of Swoboda and Kranepool
Posthumous Pulitzer winner James
Only outfielder besides Winfield to win Gold Gloves in both leagues in the 1900s
N.L. outfielder who won a Gold Glove in 1970 along with Clemente and Rose
Former CIA agent Philip who wrote the 1987 memoir "On the Run"
"The Morning Watch" author
"Milo's Hat Trick" author Jon
"Go Hang a Salami! I'm a Lasagna Hog!" palindromist Jon
"A Death in the Family" author
James who won a posthumous Pulitzer
'CIA Diary author Philip'
James, winner of a posthumous Pulitzer
Outfielder Tommie of the Miracle Mets
First of three Mets to hit a lead-off home run in a World Series Game 3 (he did it in '69, Garrett in '73, and Dykstra in '86)
James who wrote "The Morning Watch"
James who wrote "A Death in the Family"
"The African Queen" screenwriter
"The African Queen" co-screenwriter
1969 teammate of Seaver and Swoboda
"The African Queen" co-screenwriter James
"Night of the Hunter" screenwriter
"The African Queen" co-screenwriter James
1969 teammate of Seaver and Swoboda
Pulitzer author James
"The Morning Watch" author
Tommie ___, 1966 A.L. Rookie of the Year
"The Night of the Hunter" screenwriter
Winner of a posthumous Pulitzer
'40s "Time" film critic
Tommie of the Miracle Mets
Pulitzer author James
Writer-critic James
Writer James
"The Morning Watch" writer
American novelist (1909-1955)
Pulitzer writer James
'The African Queen' scriptwriter James
Former 'Time' film critic James
"A Death in the Family" novelist James
"The Night of the Hunter" screenwriter James
Pulitzer winner James
Author/critic James
Pulitzer winner James
Steve of "The Sarah Silverman Program"
Member of the Miracle Mets
"The Morning Watch" writer James
Posthumous Pulitzer winner
Carew followed him as A.L. Rookie of the Year
Center fielder for the Miracle Mets
Author who won a posthumous Pulitzer
1950s scriptwriter James
1940s film critic James
Posthumous Pulitzer winner of 1958
Posthumous Pulitzer winner
"Permit Me Voyage" poet
"The Night of the Hunter" co-screenwriter
"The Night of the Hunter" co-screenwriter
Onetime Time film critic James
"Permit Me Voyage" author
Writer whose Pulitzer for "A Death in the Family" was posthumous
Tommie of the 93-Down
"The Morning Watch" author
"Miracle Mets" outfielder
'Permit Me Voyage' author James
"A Death in the Family" novelist James
Pulitzer winner James
"The Night of the Hunter" screenwriter
Former "Time" film critic
"Miracle Mets" outfielder
"Let Us Now Praise Famous Men" writer
"A Death in the Family" writer
"The Morning Watch" author James
"The Morning Watch" author
"The African Queen" screenwriter James
"Inside the Company: CIA Diary" author Philip
"The African Queen" scriptwriter
"The Morning Watch" novelist James
"Permit Me Voyage" poet
James who wrote "The Morning Watch"
Screenwriter James
"So Many Dynamos!" author
"A Death in the Family" novelist
"A Death in the Family" author
"The Morning Watch" author
Baseballer Tommie
"The Morning Watch" author James
Ex-Met Tommie
"The African Queen" screenwriter
Author of "Night of the Hunter"
1958 Pulitzer author James
American author/critic/screenwriter James
Writer James
Tommie who had 999 career hits
Pulitzer novelist James
"The African Queen" screenwriter
'69 World Series hero
Onetime "Time" film critic
Co-screenwriter of "The African Queen"
Carew's predecessor as A.L. Rookie of the Year
"A Death in the Family" novelist
"Let Us Now Praise Famous Men" author James
"Permit Me Voyage" author
Author James
Critic James
Pulitzer-winning writer James
"The Morning Watch" writer, 1951
"The Morning Watch" author
"Permit Me Voyage" writer
Posthumous Pulitzer winner of 1958
Tommie of '60s-'70s baseball
"Let Us Now Praise Famous Men" writer
"Night of the Hunter" screenwriter
"The African Queen" scriptwriter James
1957 Pulitzer-winner James
"A Death in the Family" novelist James
"The African Queen" scriptwriter
"The Morning Watch" author
American author/critic James
Author of "A Death in the Family"
Screenwriter James
Tommie of the 1969 Miracle Mets
1958 Pulitzer author James
"The African Queen" scriptwriter
"Permit Me Voyage" author James
"Morning Watch" novelist
"A Death in the Family" novelist
"OTTO MADE NED A MOTTO" penner
"A Death in the Family" author
1957 Pulitzer winner James
Posthumous Pulitzer winner of 1958
Pulitzer author James
Member of the New York Mets Hall of Fame
Former Mets outfielder Tommie
Essayist/novelist James
1940's film critic
Tommie of baseball
'69 Mets star
"Miracle Mets" centerfielder
Writer with 54-Across
Pulitzer winner of 1958
Miracle Mets outfielder
'69 World Series star Tommie
"The African Queen" screenwriter
"The Morning Watch" novelist
Pulitzer winner James
Author/screenwriter James
"The African Queen" screenwriter
"The Morning Watch" novelist
"The Morning Watch" author
'40s Time film critic
Author/screenwriter James
'40s Time film critic
"The African Queen" scriptwriter
"The Morning Watch" writer
Winner of a posthumous Pulitzer
Ex-Met Tommie
Tommy of Mets' history
Philip who wrote a 1975 C.I.A. exposé
Screenwriter James
The African Queen screenwriter
Teammate of Seaver and Kranepool
Film critic James
"The Night of the Hunter" screenwriter
Playwright James
Former Mets star outfielder Tommy
"The Morning Watch" writer
"A Death in the Family" author
Writer/critic James
Tommie of the Miracle Mets
US playwright James
Pulitzer-winning novelist
1958 Pulitzer Prize novelist
Pulitzer winner James
1958 Pulitzer Prize novelist
"Night of the Hunter" screenwriter
"The African Queen" screenwriter
Critic James
He won a posthumous Pulitzer for "A Death in the Family"
1958 Pulitzer winner
"A Death in the Family" writer
Noted 1940's film critic
Onetime Mets slugger Tommie
Pulitzer-winning James
"Now Let Us Praise Famous Men" author James
Screenwriter James
1969 Mets hero
Writer James
Pulitzer winner James
1958 Pulitzer winner
Pulitzer winner James
'58 Pulitzer winner James
Pulitzer Prize novelist (1958)
"The Morning Watch" novelist
"Hoop Dreams" subject Arthur
"A Death in the Family" writer James
Screenwriter James
"A Death in the Family" novelist
Author James
"Let Us Now Praise Famous Men" author
"The Morning Watch" novelist
Tommie of the '69 Mets
Pulitzer-winning writer James
1966 A.L. Rookie of the Year
"The African Queen" co-screenwriter James
Author of "Let Us Now Praise Famous Men"
Tommie in Mets history
Writer/critic James
Writer-critic James
To one side: British dialect
Tennessee-born writer James
Pulitzer-winning author
Off kilter: Brit. dial.
American author
1958 Pulitzer fiction winner
1958 Pulitzer winner
"Let Us Now Praise Famous Men" author
Writer James
Baseball great
Pulitzer-winning writer James
Screenwriter James
"The Morning Watch" novelist
1969 teammate of Swoboda and Jones
Pulitzer writer James
Author of "Hoop Dreams"
1958 Pulitzer novelist
<I>A Death in the Family<I> author
"The Morning Watch" author
"The African Queen" scripter
1958 Pulitzer winner
Pulitzer winner of 1958
Pulitzer-winner James
Pultizer-winner James
"A Death in the Family" writer
Time critic of time past
Film critic James
"A Death in the Family" Pulitzer winner James
"Permit Me Voyage" author James
"The Morning Watch" writer James
1958 Pulitzer winner James
Pulitzer-winning writer James
Pulitzer writer James
Knoxville writer
1958 Pulitzer winner
1958 Pulitzer novelist
"A Death in the Family" novelist
"The African Queen" scenarist
1958 Pulitzer Prize author
1958 Pulitzer novelist
Baseballer Tommie
Novelist James
Pulitzer winner of 1957
Writer James
Slugger Tommie
Pulitzer-winning writer James
Author of "Let Us Now Praise Famous Men"
1958 Pulitzer author James
Tommie of the Mets
Pulitzer-winning James
1958 Pulitzer author
Wordsmith/ illustrator Jon
Pulitzer-winner James
Critic and screenwriter James
Tommie of '60s-'70s baseball^AGE
1958 Pulitzer Prize winner for letters
Pulitizer Prize author James
Screenwriter James
Novelist James
Screenwriter/critic James
African Queen scriptwriter
Author/critic James
James Philip Tommie
Pulitzer literary winner
Night of the Hunter author
Author James
American author James
Pulitzer novelist James
It precedes an aitch
Pulitzer-winner James
Tommie at Shea
Tommie of the '69 Mets
Tommie of the old Mets
Writer James from Tennessee
"The African Queen" scripter
Onetime Met Tommie
1958 Pulitzer- winning novelist
James of letters
Miracle Mets lead-off man
Author James
Former "Time" film critic James
Author of A Death in the Family
A Death in the Family author
1958 Pulitzer-winning author
Walker Evans partner
The African Queen scriptwriter
"African Queen" scriptwriter
"Permit Me Voyage" author
Oscar nominee for "The African Queen" screenplay
Evans collaborator
Film critic James
Tommie of the 60's-70's Mets
"Let Us Now Praise Famous Men" author
"The African Queen" screenwriter
"A Death in the Family" author
"The African Queen" screenwriter
James the author
Screenwriter/reviewer James
Poet and novelist James
'69 Mets star Tommy
Cockeyed
Out of line
Writer and film critic
Pulitzer writer James
Pulitzer winner James
Onetime Time film critic James
Humorist/illustrator Jon
Author James
"The Morning Watch" novelist
"A Death in the Family" author
Pulitzer Prize winning author James
"The African Queen" scripter
"Night of the Hunter" screenwriter
1958 Pulitzer author
"The Night of the Hunter" screenwriter
Baseball's Tommie
"The African Queen" scriptwriter
"Let Us Now Praise Famous Men" writer
Author James
1957 Pulitzer winner
"The Morning Watch" author
Memorable New York Met Tommie
Contemporary author-illustrator Jon
Writer James
Tennessee Writer
Molding
1958 Pulitzer author
A Death in the Family writer
Notable movie maven
James, the author
Author/critic James
Askew: Scots
Writer James
Tommie of 60's-70's baseball
James who wrote "A Death in the Family"
James of letters
Arthur of "Hoop Dreams"
Writer-critic James
"A Death in the Family" writer James
"Permit Me Voyage” writer
"The African Queen" screenwriter
Palindromist Jon
1958 Pulitzer Prize winner
1958 Pulitzer winner for fiction
Business exec William
C.I.A. profiler Philip
"_____on Film" (1983 book set)
Writer-critic James ___
"African Queen" screenwriter
"A Death In the Family" author
"Let Us Now Praise Famous Men" author
Askew, in Yorkshire
Author James ___
Author of "A Death in the Family"
Author-scenarist James ___
Pulitzer winner for "A Death in the Family"
U.S. author James ___
U.S. author: 1909-55
James or Tommie
Pulitzer Prize novelist: 1958
"The Morning Watch" writer
Askew
Awry, in Yorkshire
Crooked, in Yorkshire
He wrote "Polly of Hollywood"
Off line
U.S. film critic-author
Pulitzer Prize winner: 1958
Author of "The Morning Watch"
Tommie of Gil Hodges's Mets
Awry
Tommie of baseball fame
He wrote "The Morning Watch": 1951
Film critic James
Scenarist James
Movie critic James
Writer of "Polly of Hollywood"
U.S. author-critic
He wrote "The Morning Watch"
The Morning Watch author
U.S. author James
Tommy ___, former Met
Pulitzer Prize author
Author James ___: 1909-55
James ___, U.S. author
Baseball's Tommy
Author and film critic James
American novelist–film critic
A Met star in 1969
Cockeyed, in Cornwall
American author: 1909–55
Memorable film critic
He wrote "The Morning Watch": 1954
Pulitzer Prize author: 1958
Pulitzer novelist: 1958
Pulitzer Prize novelist
U.S. author: 1909–55
Noted writer: 1909–55
Author-film critic: 1909–55
A 1969 World Series hero
"Permit Me Voyage" poet
Death in the Family author
Writer from Tenn.
Teammate of Cleon Jones
Former Met star
A 1969 World Series star
"African Queen" scriptwriter
Screenwriter for "The African Queen"
He wrote "A Death in the Family"
Pulitzer novelist
Pulitzer winner: 1958
A Death in the Family author
One of Hodges' stars in 1969
American writer James __
1958 Pulitzer recipient
Tommy or James
One of the "Amazin' Mets"
World Series star: 1969
Author James: 1909–55
Father Flye's famous correspondent
Pulitzer Prize–winning author: 1958
Author of "Permit Me Voyage"
Author-movie critic James
Tommy of diamond fame
Prize-winning U.S. author
Former Met
He wrote the screenplay for "The African Queen"
FATHER of one of David's mighty men
Writer James: 1909–55
Writer James ___
Pulitzer winner of 1958
Tommy of the 1969 Mets
Former teammate of Cleon Jones
U.S. writer
American writer
Pulitzer Prize novelst
U.S. author
Pulitzer author of 1958
Out of line
U. S. author
U. S. writer
Pulitzer author
Tommy of baseball
Tommie of baseball
Tommy of N. L.
James or Tommy
Met player
Met outfielder
Crooked
One of 80 Across
American author
Met man
Met
U.S. novelist
U. S. author.
U.S. author-critic.
Pulitzer winner, 1958.
Pulitzer winner, 1958
Met player.
Late writer and critic.
Awry.
Askew.
American critic.
U.S. novelist.
American author.
Out of line: Dial.
To one side: Dial.
Awry: Dial.
Crooked: Dial.
American writer.
Pulitzer prize author.
American novelist.
Askew: Dial.
Pulitzer Prize writer.
Pulitzer prize novelist.
James of book and play fame.
"Death in the Family" author.
Out of line.
Pulitzer Prize novelist.
Prize-winning novelist.
Pulitzer Prize author.
Writer James ___.
Pulitzer Prize novelist, 1958.
Late novelist, critic.
Late novelist.
Pulitzer Prize novelist of 1957.
On one side: Dial.
"A Death in the Family" author.
Author of "A Death in the Family."
Not straight: Dial.
Not straight.
"Sat ___," W. S. Gilbert's rhyme for strategy.
To one side.
Another word for 2 Down.
Off-track, awry.
"Hoop Dreams" hoopster Arthur
First African-American to win a Gold Glove in both leagues
Comedian Steve
1958 Pulitzer author James
1966 AL Rookie of the Year Tommie
"Permit Me Voyage" poet James
"Permit Me Voyage" author
"Let Us Now Praise Famous Men" author James
"Knoxville: Summer of 1915" author James
"Hoop Dreams" subject Arthur
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