All the King's Men: The Search for a Usable Past

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A true hallmark of American fiction, "All the King's Men" tells the timeless story of the rise and fall of a southern politician, Willie Stark, and the effects of these events on the life of Jack Burden, the young man who narrates the story. Published to widespread acclaim in 1946, the novel won the "National Book Award" and a "Pulitzer Prize" for its author, the distinguished poet and novelist Robert Penn Warren, and was subsequently made into an Academy Award-winning feature film, as well as a stage play. And while ...

All the King's Men: The Search for a Usable Past 1993, Twayne Publishers, New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9780805794113

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All the King's Men: The Search for a Usable Past 1993, Twayne Publishers, New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9780805785807

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