Anna Hunger

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Template:Inline-citations Anna Hunger was an American writer, whose sole published book length work was The Man Who Lived Forever, co-authored with R. DeWitt Miller. The book originally appeared in 1938 in Astounding Science Fiction, under the title The Master Shall Not Die, by Miller alone, but in 1956 it was re-released by Ace Books in their dos-à-dos format, as by Miller and Hunger.

The 1951 movie The Secret of Convict Lake was based on a story she coauthored with Jack Pollexfen,[1] and the 1955 Pearl of the South Pacific was also based on one of her stories.[2]


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