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Howells,William Dean

How·ells (houʹəlz), William Dean. 1837-1920.

American writer and editor in chief (1871-1881) of the Atlantic Monthly, who encouraged a number of writers, including Mark Twain and Henry James. He also wrote many novels, such as The Rise of Silas Lapham (1885), and books of literary criticism.

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  • foregone conclusion — noun Date: 1604 1. a conclusion that has preceded argument or examination 2. an inevitable result ; certainty < the victory was a foregone conclusion > …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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