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A Biography of Superman
Superman, DC, superhero, man of steelLong before it was cool to be a nerd, Jerry Siegel, a shy awkward kid in living in Cleveland channeled sleepless summer nights and an unfulfilled yearning for girls into the epic superhero of our lifetime: Superman. Eighty years later, Superman continues to be an American icon — one whose evolution is both intricately tied to and reflective of our country's cultural shifts.

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  Larry Tye, co-author of "Superman: The High-flying History of America’s Most Enduring Hero"

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