Toward what bright glory?: a novel

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Morrow, 1990 - Fiction - 527 pages
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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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The polemical nature of Drury's most recent novels has garnered increasingly critical reviews. His latest, however, eschews liberal versus conservative polemics. It is 1939 and the threat of war in ... Read full review

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This is a great book about college kids in 1938, describing their reaction to Hitler's advances and their feelings about being pulled into WWII. I'd never thought about the fears and attitudes of the ... Read full review


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