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Heller, Joseph

Syllabification: Hel·ler, Joseph
Pronunciation: /ˈhelər
 
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Definition of Heller, Joseph in English:

( 1923–99), US novelist. His experiences in the US Army Air Force during World War II inspired his best-known novel Catch-22 (1961), an absurd black comedy that satirized war and was the source of the expression “catch-22.” He also wrote Something Happened (1974), God Knows (1984), Picture This (1988), and Closing Time (1994).

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