A whole hearted study of the beloved writer pictures him first as a boy, and contrasts the attitudes of his midwestern town...

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BOOTH TARKINGTON

A whole hearted study of the beloved writer pictures him first as a boy, and contrasts the attitudes of his midwestern town with his own apprenticeship in writing. Tracing the origins of his material leads into the events of later life as well, the first and second marriages and final happiness in hard work and success. An ingratiating introduction today to ""The Gentleman from Indiana"".

Pub Date: April 20, 1955

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Page Count: -

Publisher: Lippincott

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: April 1, 1955