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Harold Robbins, original name Harold Francis Rubin, (born May 21, 1916, New York City, New York, U.S.—died October 14, 1997, Palm Springs, California), American author credited with popularizing a prurient style of mass-market fiction that traded on the public appetite for tales of profligate Hollywood stars and glamorous criminals.
Robbins was known to have fabricated numerous episodes that were repeated by journalists and others who documented his storied existence, paying little attention to consistency or plausibility. The particulars of his life were not untangled until a decade after his death. The childhood he invented for himself was particularly colourful: he claimed to have been raised in a Catholic orphanage and then adopted by a poor Jewish family. He also maintained that he had earned extra money as a child prostitute. In fact, the orphanage where he claimed to have been abandoned never existed. Robbins was actually raised in Brooklyn with three half-siblings by his Jewish birth father, who was a pharmacist, and his stepmother; his birth mother had died shortly after he was born. The family moved to Manhattan following the onset of the Great Depression.
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