This Biography is about one of the best Writer Norman Cousins including his Height, weight,Age & Other Detail…
|Biography Of Norman Cousins|
|Real Name||Norman Cousins|
|Profession||Newspaper Columnists, Journalists, Writers|
|Famous as||Journalist & Author|
|Personal Life of Norman Cousins|
|Born on||24 June 1915|
|Died At Age||75|
|Born in||Union City|
|Died on||30 November 1990|
|Place of death||Los Angeles|
|Children||Andrea Cousins, Amy Cousins Candis Kerns, Sarah Kit Shapiro|
|Education||Teachers College Columbia UniversityTheodore Roosevelt High School, Columbia University|
|Awards||1985 – Helmerich Award|
|Personal Fact of Norman Cousins|
Norman Cousins was one of the initiators of public television in the United States. In his lifetime, he carried out ambassadorial missions abroad as a private envoy for Presidents Kennedy, Eisenhower and Johnson. In his long and illustrious life, he also served as the former chairman of the Pulitzer Prize jury for Literature.
He is the recipient of numerous awards – the United Nations Peace Medal and the City of Hiroshima Award to name a few. Some of his major works include, The Good Inheritance: The Democratic Chance, Anatomy of an Illness, The Celebration of Life, The Improbably Triumvirate, In Place of Frolly, Talks with Nehru and Human Options.
Apart from being an author, he was also a political journalist, professor and an advocate of world peace. Apart from his world peace efforts, he holds numerous honorary degrees in the fields of literature, science and law from diverse institutions.