E. L. Doctorow in The New Yorker

E. L. Doctorow died on Tuesday in Manhattan. He was eighty-four. Widely celebrated for his often formally adventurous historical novels—“The Book of Daniel,” “Ragtime,” “Billy Bathgate,” and “The March,” among others—he received, over the course of his career, nearly every major award available to an American writer of fiction, some of them more than once.

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