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Richard Elman

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Net worth 2018: $1.8 Billion
Children: 5
BIOGRAPHY

Richard Elman was born in United Kingdom. Weak commodity prices continue to lower Richard Elman's fortune. His Noble Group offers supply chain management services, particularly for bulk agricultural commodities, manufacturers and power utilities. Undeterred, he has completed oil-seed crushing plants in Ukraine, South Africa and Brazil. When he started the company in 1986, he took the firm's name from a James Clavell novel set in Hong Kong.

NET WORTH STATISTIC
2010

$2.2 Billion

2011

$2.8 Billion

2012

$2.1 Billion

2013

$1.8 Billion

2014

$1.6 Billion

2015

$1.8 Billion

2018

$1.8 Billion

TIMELINE
1992

"His book of poems, Cathedral-Tree-Train (1992) is a brooding, unsentimental but loving elegy for a friend, abstract-expressionist painter Keith Sanzenbach

1986

Adele Sarkissisan, Gale Research Company, Detroit, Michigan, 1986

1980

Throughout the 1980s, Nicaragua colored Elman's imaginative life

1979

In 1979, Elman married Alice (Neufeld) Goode, a teacher, who was his wife until his death

1978

His dark and hilarious book, Little Lives, written in 1978, was turned into a musical in 2004 with Words and Music by Rhett DeVelay

1968

"In 1968, he signed the "Writers and Editors War Tax Protest" pledge, vowing to refuse tax payments in protest against the Vietnam War

1967

At various times over the course of his career, he taught creative writing: at Bennington College (1967–68), Bennington College Summer Writing Workshop (1974-), Columbia University (1968-1976), Sarah Lawrence (1970), The University of Pennsylvania (1981–83), University of Arizona (Fall 1985)Notre Dame, and Stony Brook University

1965

In 1965, Elman worked as a research associate for the School of Social Work Research Center at Columbia University

1963

Between 1963 and 1966 much of Elman's income was derived from writing freelance pieces for magazines, including Cavalier, Commonweal, The Nation, and The New Republic

1961

Elman returned to New York and worked for the Pacifica Foundation, WBAI, as a public affairs director from 1961-64

1957

1957) where he came under the influence of poet and critic Yvor Winters who taught there

1955

They married in 1955, and in 1964 their daughter Margaret was born

1934

Elman (April 23, 1934 – December 31, 1997) was a novelist, poet, journalist, and teacher

1930

In the 1930s, Winters had been a friend of David Lamson who had worked at Stanford University Press

1928

Elie Wiesel said of The 28th Day of Elul in his review for The New York Times: "Born and raised in New York City, Richard M

20

His parents were Yiddish-speaking and came to the United States at the turn of the 20th century from Russo-Poland

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