Knowledge Identifier: +Bernard_Wolfe
Born in 1915.
Countries: Mexico (50%), United States (17%), Russia (17%)
Main connections: Yale University, Leon Trotsky, World War II
Linked to: Playboy, American Committee for the Defense of Leon Trotsky, Berne incident
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Bernard Wolfe was born in 1915
Wolfe was educated at Yale University, and worked in the United States Merchant Marine during the 1930s; in 1937 he served briefly as secretary to Leon Trotsky during the latter's exile in Mexico
During World War II he was employed as a military correspondent by a number of science magazines, and in 1946 he began to write fiction
He wrote several novels, and plays, mostly for television, but is known primarily for his 1952 science-fiction novel "Limbo"
Bernard Wolfe died in 1985
Because "Limbo" was set in the then-distant future of 1990, the original British edition is titled "Limbo '90"