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Author: Sharon DeBartolo Carmack
Publisher: Family Tree Books
Provides genealogists with research summaries, maps, and timelines for every U.S. state; detailed county-level data that can be utilized to acquire most genealogical records; and extensive listings of contact information, web sites, libraries, and genealogical and historical societies. Original.
Author: Sharon Huxford
Listing nearly 25,000 book titles with current values, this updated and revised 11th edition features a simple and easy-to-use format.
Two Novels Thornton Wilder ... He described The Woman of Andros as his first
novel, “in the sense,” he said, “that the others were collections of tales, ... with an
autobiographical snapshot: I have been an admirer,notto say a student, of
theGreatGatsby too long not to have got a great ... Wilder was immersed in Greek
dramaand philosophy, spending timein ancient Greecein his imagination,
Author: Thornton Wilder
Publisher: Harper Collins
“For much of the twentieth century, these remarkable early novels were hidden in the great shadow of The Bridge of San Luis Rey. Now we can examine them in the spotlight for the gifts that they are—memorable monuments to style and keys to understanding Wilder’s genius.” – Penelope Niven, Thornton Wilder Biographer Featuring a foreword by Penelope Niven and a revealing afterword by Wilder’s nephew, Tappan, this reissue reintroduces the reader to the Thornton Wilder’s first novel, The Cabala, and to The Woman of Andros, one of the inspirations for his Pulitzer Prize-winning play Our Town. A young American student spends a year in the exotic world of post-World War I Rome. While there, he experiences firsthand the waning days of a secret community (a "cabala") of decaying royalty, a great cardinal of the Roman Church, and an assortment of memorable American ex-pats. The Cabala, a semiautobiographical novel of unforgettable characters and human passions, launched Wilder's career as a celebrated storyteller and dramatist. The Woman of Andros, Wilder's bestselling novel, published in 1930, is set on the obscure Greek island of Brynos before the birth of Christ, and explores Everyman questions of what is precious about life and how we live, love, and die. Eight years later, Wilder would pose the same questions on the stage in a play titled Our Town, also set in an obscure location, this time a village in New Hampshire. The Woman of Andros is celebrated for some of the most beautiful writing in American literature.