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A woman steals her sister's husband and succeeds in ruining several lives, revealing the differences between generations of her troubled family. (Pulitzer winner)
Classic tale of the Okie migration to California during the Great Depression.
A boy, growing up in the wilds of Florida, is forced to face the hard realities of life.
This novel gives us-through the story of one family and its patriarch, the recently deceased George Apley-the portrait of an entire society in transition.
An anniversary edition of Margaret Mitchell's timeless classic.
In this epic work by award-winning novelist, poet, and essayist H.L. Davis, the virtues of the frontier live again in the lives and characters of Oregon settlers during the homesteading period from 1906-1908.
Originally published in 1934, author's first novel, about a middle-class family driven into poverty by the Depression, won the Pulitzer Prize and drew clamorous praise. Certainly even after many decades, its characterizations ring remarkably true.
A young couple begins their married lives on the eve of the Civil War in this story of the poor people of the American South who never owned a slave nor planned to fight a war.
A candid inquiry into the policies & personalities of America's presidents, sweeping away popular misconceptions. A U. S. history as seen from the White House.
The Storeby Stribling, T. S.
Story by the Nobel Prize winning author about an honest farmer Wang Lung and his selfless wife O-lan in pre-revolutionary China.
Pringle's Pulitzer Prize-winning biography not only chronicles the incidents that shaped Roosevelt's career but also offers insight into the character and mind of this colorful American president.
There can't be understanding between two generations. Love and sympathy, but never understanding. We must take our children's ideas on faith. We can never make them our own
The story of a silversmith, Laughing Boy, who falls in love with an American educated Navajo girl.
General Sam Houston as a national rather than a sectional figure.
Scarlet Sister Maryby Peterkin, Julia
The breaking of a bridge causes the death of five people. Brother Juniper investigates their past lives to shed light on the reasons of their deaths.
The history of the American orchestra.
Analysis of how our scholarship developed.
Olivia exists in a loveless marriage to Anson, the authority on his aristocratic family's history. A well-kept secret discovered by his addled mother and Olivia could uproot the Pentland family tree.
A story of a visionary, a man of great energy and purpose, courage and dedication, who never loses hope, even in the face of personal tragedy. Afterword by E. L. Doctorow.
Winner of the 1924 Pulitzer Prize, So Big is widely regarded as Edna Ferber's crowning achievement.
The Able McLaughlinsby Wilson, Margaret
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