United States, Writer
1893 – May, 15, 1954.
William March was an American writer of psychological fiction and a highly decorated US Marine. The author of six novels and four short-story collections, March was praised by critics but never attained great popularity.
Everybody must seem crazy if you see deep enough into their minds.
Love can be the most dreadful disguise that hate assumes.
The most underrated of all contemporary American writers of fiction.
The unrecognized genius of our time.
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