Meredith Nicholson: a Writing Life (Indiana Biography Series)

Meredith Nicholson: a Writing Life (Indiana Biography Series)
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Meredith Nicholson: a Writing Life (Indiana Biography Series) Description

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1880-1920 of Indiana skilled a golden age of literature, with writers Hoosier achieve both national significance and national awards. Authors and readers with stories that emphasized standard values ​​and delivers protection against the ever-changing world. Even those who lived in the state has taken fantastic pride in what writers Indiana product, packed to the attention of four men, including poet James Whitcomb Riley Hoosier, the Pulitzer Prize-winning author Booth Tarkington, and noted columnist and humorist George Ade. The other member of this particular group – Meredith Nicholson – also a huge success with his novels. Nicholson appears to be the “Indiana” from all the writers of Indiana, is an ardent defender of the state. In addition to writing best-sellers such as national Zelda Dameron and Home of a thousand candles, his most well-known novel, won Nicholson hailed as an insightful essayist, with his work published in these Meredith Nicholson: a Writing Life (Indiana Biography Series)

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