Vardis Fisher Bio, Wiki, Age, Height, DOB(Famous Birthday), Family, Wife, Famous Books, Net Worth

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Vardis Fisher (Vardis Alvero Fisher)

Last Updated: 25 Mar, 2023 | Views: 246

Age: 73

Profession: Writer

Other Profession(s): Author, Essayist

Famous For: His Popular Historical Novels Of The Old West

Higher Education: Graduated

Vardis Fisher Birth Date, Sign, Religion, Nationality, Hometown

Date of Birth
31 Mar, 1895 (73 Years 03 Months 8 Days)
Birth Country
United States
Birth State/Province
Birth District
Birth Sign
Died on
09 Jul, 1968

Vardis Fisher Early life, Education, Career, Awards, Achievements, Controversy, Unknown Facts

About (Profile/Biography):
Vardis Alvero Fisher was born on March 31, 1895 and died on July 9, 1968. He wrote popular historical novels set in the Old West as an American writer from Idaho. Fisher taught English at the University of Utah and Washington Square College of New York University after studying at the University of Utah and the University of Chicago.
1925: Fisher began teaching at the University of Utah. During the 1926-1927 school year, he taught freshman English to Wallace Stegner.
Fisher began his career as a regionalist. But, according to Attebery at the College of Idaho, he was an inspiring writer because of his knowledge of his region's history, folkways, and dialect.
1928: There was great success for Toilers of the Hills, considered the first important work of Rocky Mountain fiction.
1931: Among the ten greatest novels in American literature, Dark Bridwall was cited by Frederick Manfred.
After his second summer teaching at the University of Montana, he was not asked to return to the school because of economic necessity.
Fisher primarily wrote the Idaho Guide during his time with the Federal Writers' Project, a Works Progress Administration program.
1937: April: A Fable of Love was published by Doubleday. Among the books Fisher had written, this was his favorite. 
Other Works:
1928: Toilers of the Hills 
1931: Dark Bridwell 
1937: April: A Fable of Love 
1938: Forgive Us Our Virtues: A Comedy of Evasions 
1939: Children of God 
1941: City of Illusion 
A combination of alcohol and sleeping pills led to Fisher's death on July 9, 1968.

Vardis Fisher Height, Weight, Eye Color, Hair

Height (Approx.)
In Centimeters 178 cm
In Meters 1.78 m
In feet Inches 5'10"
Weight (Approx.)
In Kilograms 75 Kg
In Pounds 165 lbs
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Hair Color

Vardis Fisher Family, Parents, Kids, Father, Mother, Children

Father's Name
Joseph Fisher
Mother's Name
Temperance Fisher
Laurel Holmes, Margaret Trusler, Leona McMurtrey
Grant Fisher, T. Roberts Fisher
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