E(dgar) L(aurence), 1931–2015, U.S. author and editor.
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How to use Doctorow in a sentence
Doctorow famously said that writing a novel is like driving at night—you can see about as far as your headlights shine.
Just what is novelist E. L. Doctorow up to in his latest fiction inside the brain of a man who may or may not be delusional.
For Doctorow, the brain could stand for free creation and the mind represent forms and genres.
Doctorow, who met him around this time, remembers him having the intellect of an adult.Mourning Aaron Swartz, Internet Activist and Free Information Advocate | Sam Schlinkert | January 13, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
Ed Doctorow is an extremely polite fellow but also a private one.
Thanks to my mother, Dr Roslyn Doctorow, who remains the sharpest proofer in the business.Makers | Cory Doctorow
After crossing the bridge they made their way to the headquarters of General Doctorow, and were at once shown in.Through Russian Snows | G. A Henty
But at least with this book Doctorow has given us a map of the park.Down and Out in the Magic Kingdom | Cory Doctorow