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Pulitzer-winning playwright Edward Albee dies at 88: -

Pulitzer-winning US playwright Edward Albee, author of masterpieces such as Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? died September 16 at age 88, his personal assistant said in a statement. Albee died at his home in Montauk, New York after a short illness, according to his longtime personal assistant Jakob Holder. The statement confirming Albee’s death included the following note, which the playwright wrote several years ago before undergoing extensive surgery, intending it to be issued when he died: “To all of you who have made my being alive so wonderful, so exciting and so full, my thanks and all my love.” Considered one of the most important American playwrights of his time, Albee wrote a variety of intense, controversial plays diving into anxieties, disillusionments and death. He burst onto the theatre scene with The Zoo Story (1958) at age 30. The two-character drama, portraying disaffection and class struggle, premiered in Berlin the following year and then mov

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