John Clarke L’Heureux was born on October 26, 1934, in South Hadley, Massachusetts, and died on April 22, 2019.
He was an American author.
He was the author of fictions such as, The Miracle, Having Everything, The Shrine at Altamira, Comedians, An Honorable Profession, and A Woman Run Mad.
L’Heureux served as a former Jesuit priest (he left the order in 1971.
He worked as the editor to The Atlantic Monthly, L’Heureux taught at Georgetown, Tufts, Harvard.
He was a professor of English at Stanford University since 1973.
John Clarke L’Heureux passed away at 84 years old.