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Rumer Godden is a famous people who is best known as a Celebrities. Rumer was born on December 10, 1907 in England. Her 1946 novel, The River, was made into a 1951 film directed by Jean Renoir . Rumer Godden is a member of famous Celebrities list. The British author of An Episode of Sparrows, she is also known for works such as The Greengage Summer and In This House of Brede. Several of her novels were adapted into films.
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|Birth Date||December 10, 1907|
|Died||Nov 8, 1998 ( age 90)|
Rumer Godden Net Worth
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|Estimated Net Worth in 2018||Under Review|
|Previous Year's Net Worth (Approx.)||Not Known|
|Income Source||Primary Income source Celebrities.|
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Some Facts About Rumer Godden
- Rumer Godden's age .
- She had an unhappy marriage to Laurence Foster, with whom she had two daughters. Later in her life, she married James Haynes Dixon.
- Birthday December 10 and Born on 1907
- Her father worked for a shipping company, and she and her three sisters spent a large portion of their childhood in British Colonial India.
- Birth Sign .
- She converted to Catholicism in 1968. Several of her literary works, including Five for Sorrow, Ten for Joy, deal with religious themes.