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Oakley Hall

Oakley Hall, seen in 1989, wrote more than 20 novels, including “Warlock” (1958), a fictional account of the early West that was nominated for a Pulitzer Prize, and “The Downhill Racers” (1963), about skiers in the Sierra Nevada. Both books were made into movies. He also was a writing teacher at UC Irvine and helped launch the literary careers of such prominent students as Michael Chabon, Richard Ford and Amy Tan. Don Kelsen / Los Angeles Times
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