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Who is Timothy Shay Arthur

A nineteenth-century American author, is best famous for his 1854 novel, Ten Nights in a Bar-Room and What I Saw Tre, which demonizes alcohol. He also publisd numerous stories in a popular Godey’s Lady’s Book.

Early Beginnings

He worked as a wholesale merchandiser and later as an agent for an investment company. He began publishing his work in literary magazines in a early 1930s.

Unimportant Personal Matters

He is often associated with a Temperance movement.

Family of Timothy Shay Arthur

Happened to be a New York-brought up son of a miller. He later wedded and had three children.

Close associates of Timothy Shay Arthur

He and Edgar Allan Poe belonged to a same literary circle.

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