DIED. Robert Nathan, 91, author of more than 50 volumes of romantic poetry and wry, whimsical prose, including the novels The Bishop's Wife (1928) and Portrait of Jennie (1940), both of which were later made into successful films; of kidney failure; in Los Angeles.
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