The Last Gentleman: A Novel
Will Barrett is a 25-year-old wanderer from the South living in New York City, detached from his roots and with no plans for the future, until the purchase of a telescope sets off a romance and changes his life forever.
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Review: The Last GentlemanUser Review - Thenewdirectionoftime - Goodreads
Percy is contemporary. He is speaking to our distinctive problem – how should the individual live a meaningful life in mass society. An important element of this project lies in his unique talent ... Read full review
Review: The Last GentlemanUser Review - Sandra Willey - Goodreads
Technically should be about a 3.87. I'm glad I read it, but don't know who I'd recommend it to. it was a book group selection. I initially thought, "Oh, no, not another Southern author with Russian ... Read full review
The Last Gentleman (novel) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Last Gentleman is a 1966 novel by Walker Percy. The story centers on the character of Williston Bibb Barret, a man born in the Mississippi Delta who has ...
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Walker Percy said that "The Last Gentleman" is a retelling of ...
In "The Last Gentleman" the Vaughn family knows Williston Bibb Barrett through Bibb's father who was an important attorney in the South and who knew many ...
Daytripper: Re-reading The Last Gentleman
I recently finished re-reading Walker Percy's The Last Gentleman. I first read it in 1992, during the first six months I lived in Berkeley, California. ...
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Percy, Walker : The Last Gentleman
The Last Gentleman. Genre, Novel (323 pp.) Keywords, Family Relationships, Human Worth, Impaired Physician, Memory, Mental Illness, Religion, Society, ...
Works of Walker Percy
The Last Gentleman. New York: Farrar, Straus, Giroux, 1966; London: Eyre and Spottiswoode, 1967. Love in the Ruins: The Adventures of a Bad Catholic at a ...
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The Last Gentleman (work by Percy) -- Britannica Online Encyclopedia
The Moviegoer (1961) and The Last Gentleman (1966) established Walker Percy ... This article reviews the book "The Last Gentleman Adventurer: Coming of Age ...
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Der Zauberberg and the Last Gentleman
intertext for The Last Gentleman. Percy, who once claimed a German major in college ... Resemblances between major characters in The Last Gentleman and The ...
THE LEGACY OF <Emphasis Type="Italic">THE LAST GENTLEMAN</Emphasis ...
and referred to his rst three novels, including The Last Gentleman, as ... suggest that the themes of The Last Gentleman which most engaged Dubus ...
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The Last Gentleman, by Walker Percy
The American novelist who would appear up-to-date must go through certain familiar motions. If Walker Percy disdains this path to success, it is not because ...
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Walker Percy titled one of his novels The Last Gentleman, surely knowing how the phrase would resonate in this postmodern, post-gentleman world. ...
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