Definition of Joseph Heller
1. Noun. United States novelist whose best known work was a black comedy inspired by his experiences in the Air Force during World War II (1923-1999).
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1. The Illustrated Magazine of Art (1854)
"But the most complete and valuable collection of Durer's unpublished drawings is in the possession of the family of Joseph Heller, ..."
2. First Proofs of the Universal Catalogue of Books on Art: Compiled for the by Henry Cole, John Hungerford Pollen, Great Britain Dept. of Science and Art (1870)
"Das Leben und die Werke Albrecht Dürer'e, von Joseph Heller. 2 vols. 8vo. Bamberg, 1827. SK Supplement to 2nd vol. Bamberg, 1831. ..."
3. The works of eminent masters in painting, sculpture, architecture and by John Cassell (1854)
"But the most complete and valuable collection of Durer's unpublished drawings is in the possession of the family of Joseph Heller, the artist, better known ..."
4. The Print Collector: An Introduction to the Knowledge Necessary for Forming by Joseph Maberly, Theodore Henry Fielding (1880)
"Joseph Heller, a German writer, born at Bamberg, cities and towns of Germany, Italy, and Switzer- on the 2ad of September, 1708, died in the same city, ..."
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