Toward what bright glory?: a novel
On the eve of World War II, four young men--Richard Emmett Wilson and his friends, Lattimer, Bates, and McAllister--find their safe college world threatened by confrontations with sexuality, racism, heroism, ambition, and their futures
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Review: Toward What Bright Glory?: A NovelUser Review - Jan - Goodreads
Last year I finally got around to reading "Advise and Consent," allen Drury's first big book, and thought it was very good. "Toward What Great Glory" is his last one, published 32 years later (1990 ... Read full review
Review: Toward What Bright Glory?: A NovelUser Review - Mark Stephenson - Goodreads
While this novel is certainly a valentine to the author's alma mater, Stanford University, and his undergraduate years there, it is also a telling portrait of America in the days immediately preceding ... Read full review
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IN SHORT; FICTION - New York Times
IN SHORT; FICTION. By DAVID MURRAY. LEAD: TOWARD WHAT BRIGHT GLORY? By Allen Drury. (Morrow, $22.95.) In his 17th novel, Allen Drury has set himself the ...
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Stanford Magazine: January/February 1999: The Insider
Allen Drury exposed the folkways of Cold War Washington in Advise and Consent. He went on to publish two dozen more books and died writing about what he may ...
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