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Stephen Vincent Benet grew up a gifted individual who published his first novel at the age of only 17 and went on to produce many great pieces of work Hale 14 Benet worked very hard on providing people with very good books Stephen 76 Benets novel Beyond the Babylon was able to predict the outcome of World War two in the year 1932 Wellm 1 Born on July 22 1898 he grew up in a small town in PA Stephen 545 Benet was born to Frances Neill Benet and James Walker Benet Stephen 545 According to Bahr in Benets childhood he had novels read to him every night by his father His siblings had the same privilege given to them 50 Stephen did not live in one place to long because his father had been inclined to do his duty as an army officer Stephen 99 These influences can be seen in his writing styles Bahr 50 Bahr says Benet had been very intelligent as a child He attended Yale University for his college education 50 After a slight interruption in his education by the war he returned there for his graduate study Wellm 1 They awarded him a Masters of Arts Degree Bahr 50 Stephen liked to write about historical events Stephen 99 Stephen recalled the most of his historical novels took a couple of weeks to get all the information for the book Some took longer than that to get enough information Then came the writing and rewriting for the right format This became very long and strenuous work 99 Benet was a very talented at writing novels and poetry Benet 46 He is so talented he published his first book at the age of 17 Benet 46 This novel consists of many dramatic monologue Benet 46 Benet wrote many books but only some got the attention they deserved Stephen 120 According to Bahr Five Men and Pompeii was his first novel its
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