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Anthony Arthur (1937 – 2009) was an American author.
Educated in Pennsylvania and later California, he spent three years in the US Army before becoming a journalist in Arizona. He returned to education and completed an MA in English at Penn State University and in 1970 completed his PhD in English. He was a Fulbright Scholar and retired in 2002 from California State University, Northridge. He died in 2009.
- "American Prose and Criticism, 1900-1950", with Peter A. Brier, Gale Research, 1981
- Deliverance at Los Banos," St. Martin's Press, 1985
- Bushmasters, America's Jungle Warriors of World War II, St. Martin's Press, 1987
- The Tailor-King - the rise and fall of the Anabaptist Kingdom of Munster, New York: St. Martins Press,1999 ISBN 0-312-20515-5
- Literary Feuds: A Century of Celebrated Quarrels--from Mark Twain to Tom Wolfe, New York: St. Martin's Press, 2002
- "Clashes of Will: Great Confrintations That Have Shaped Modern America," with John Bresamle, 2004
- "Twelve Great Clashes That Shaped Modern America: From Geronimo to George W. Bush," with John Broesamle, 2006
- Radical Innocent: Upton Sinclair, Random House, 2006
- "General Jo Shelby's March," Random House, 2010
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