William S. Burroughs

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William S. Burroughs (1914 - 1997) was an American writer. He attended Harvard University.

Some of his books are: The Adding Machine, Exterminator, Cities of the Red Night, The Place of Dead Roads, The Naked Lunch, and The Western Lands.

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