Fred Mustard Stewart
|Fred Mustard Stewart|
September 17, 1932|
Anderson, Indiana, U.S.
|Died||February 7, 2007
New York City, New York, U.S.
|Genres||Fiction, historical fiction, horror fiction, science fiction|
|Notable work(s)||The Mephisto Waltz, Six Weeks, Century, Ellis Island|
Fred Mustard Stewart (September 17, 1932, Anderson, Indiana – February 7, 2007, New York City) was an American novelist. His most popular books were The Mephisto Waltz (1969), adapted for a 1971 film starring Alan Alda; Six Weeks (1976), made into a 1982 film starring Mary Tyler Moore; Century, a New York Times best-seller in 1981; and Ellis Island (1983), which became a CBS mini-series in 1984.
Stewart attended The Lawrenceville School in New Jersey, class of 1950. He graduated from Princeton University in 1954. He originally planned to be a concert pianist, and studied with Eduard Steuermann at the Juilliard School.
- Savage Family Saga
- The Magnificent Savages (1996) --> 1850's - 1860's
- The Young Savages (1998) --> 1880's - 1890's
- The Naked Savages (1999) --> 1897 - 1929
- The Savages in Love and War (2001) --> 1930 - 1941
- The Mephisto Waltz (1969)
- The Methuselah Enzyme (1970)
- Lady Darlington (1971)
- The Mannings (1973)
- Star Child (1974)
- Six Weeks (1976)
- A Rage Against Heaven (1978)
- Century (1981)
- Ellis Island (1983)
- The Glitter and the Gold (1985)
- The Titan (1985)
- Pomp and Circumstance (1991)
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