Jane Bowles is an American writer and playwright.
As a 20th-century American writer and playwright, she is best known for her 1943 novel, Two Serious Ladies, and her 1953 play, In The Summer House. The work then hit Broadway in the early 1950s with mixed opinions.
She was born in New York, then attended a boarding school in Switzerland.
She has been in poor health throughout her life: as a child she developed tuberculosis arthritis, then she was confronted with alcoholism and a stroke.
She married writer Paul Bowles in 1938, although the two are more or less homosexual.
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- American playwright and playwright
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Latest information about Jane Bowles updated on May 10 2021.