Wolcott Balestier

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Wolcott Balestier hacia 1990.

Wolcott Balestier (December 13, 1861 – December 6, 1891,[1] in Rochester, New York) was an American writer and editor notable primarily through his connection to Rudyard Kipling.

His first work was a novel entitled A Patent Philter, which was published serially in the daily New York Tribune in 1884. In 1886 he published A Victorious Defeat. Together with Rudyard Kipling he published The Naulahka posthumously in 1892.

Balestier died in 1891, a victim of typhoid fever. That same year, his sister Carrie Balestier married Kipling.

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  1. ^ New General Catalog of Old Books and Authors