2 edition of Harold Frederic"s stories of York State found in the catalog.
Harold Frederic"s stories of York State
|Statement||edited by Thomas F. O"Donnell ; with an introduction by Edmund Wilson.|
|Contributions||O"Donnell, Thomas F.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 340p. ;|
|Number of Pages||340|
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Harold Frederic. Publisher: Skyline. 0 0 0 Summary The meeting of the man and the woman—it is to this that every story in the world goes back for its beginning. At noon on a day late in September the express train from Paris rested, panting and impatient, on its brief halt in the station at Rouen. WHAT a wonderful novel is "The Damnation of Theron Ware"! First published by Harold Frederic () to great acclaim in , it is now virtually forgotten.
Harold Frederic () was an American journalist and novelist who served as the London correspondent for the New York Times. Harold Frederic was born on Aug in Utica, New York to Henry Frederick and Frances Ramsdell Frederick. Frederic, Harold, Title: Seth's Brother's Wife: A Study of Life in the Greater New York Language: English: LoC Class: PS: Language and Literatures: American and Canadian literature: Subject: Villages -- Fiction Subject: Farm life -- Fiction Subject: New York (State) -- Fiction Subject: Journalists -- Fiction Category: Text: EBook-No.
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HAROLD FREDERIC'S STORIES Of YORK STATE. With an Introduction by Edmund Wilson. Hardcover – January 1, by Thomas F. [Frederic, Harold].5/5(1).
() 'The Deserter' and Other Stories: A Book of Two Wars. Lothrop Publishing Company, Boston. () Harold Frederic's Stories of Harold Frederics stories of York State book State. () The Martyrdom of Maev and Other Irish Stories. Stories of life in the Mohawk Valley during the American Civil War as seen through the eyes of Utica native Harold Frederic.
Harold Frederic's Stories of York State. In the Sixties (, short stories) Gloria Mundi (, novel) The Deserter and Other Stories: A Book of Two Wars (, short stories) Harold Frederic's Stories of York State (, short stories)Born: Of his New York State novels, The Damnation of Theron Ware (; English title Illumination), the story of the decline and fall of a Methodist minister, brought him his greatest fame.
Three other novels, March Hares (), Gloria Mundi (), and The Market Place (), are about English life. "The Deserter, and Other Stories: A Book of Two Wars" by Harold Frederic. Published by Good Press. Good Press publishes a wide range of titles that encompasses every genre.
From well-known classics. Frederic was born in Utica, New York, to Presbyterian parents. After his father was killed in a train accident when Frederic was 18 months old, the boy was raised primarily by his mother. He finish.
Harold Frederic's Stories of York State. The Martyrdom of Maev and Other Irish Stories. The Copperhead, by American novelist and journalist Harold Frederic, is a historical novel set during the Civil War about the grave dangers people experienced who didn’t support the war in the North.
The book is about a family of farmers who believe that the Union should make peace with the Confederates, instead of waging war/5(9).
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Frederic was born in Utica, New York, to Presbyterian parents. After his father was killed in a train accident when Frederic was 18 months old, the boy was raised primarily by his mother.
He finished school at fifteen, and soon began work as a photographer. For four years he was a photographic touch-up artist in his hometown and in Boston/5(2). Author Harold Frederic, an internationally renowned correspondent for The New York Times, situated his novel in a fictional community modeled on his hometown of Utica, New York.
Frederic's subtle study of moral disintegration offers a revelatory look at small-town life at the close of the nineteenth century. Non-fiction Books:Frederic published two full-length works of non-fiction in addition to his shorter essays, features, and news stories. Both works were serialized in The New York Timesbefore they were available in.
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Harold Frederic was for a long time known primarily as a writer of New York regional fiction and historical novels. His most outstanding and influential novel, The Damnation of Theron Ware () represents the first extended narrative in US literature of Irish-Catholic entry into American life.
Frederic, Harold, Title: The Copperhead Language: English: LoC Class: PS: Language and Literatures: American and Canadian literature: Subject: United States -- Social life and customs -- 19th century -- Fiction Subject: New York (State) -- History -- Civil War, -- Fiction Category: Text: EBook-No.
Release Date: Jun. The deserter, and other stories; a book of two wars. duel anglo-allemand: énigme du 29 juillet et Guillaume II: Gloria Mundi: Guillaume II et Nicolas II pendant la Grande guerre: Guillaume II et son chef de cabinet: Guillaume II orateur et écrivain: Harold Frederic's stories of York State: Hohenzollern en Hollande () Illumination: In.
THE DESERTER AND OTHER STORIES: A BOOK OF TWO WARS (Boston: Lothrop, ), identified as DESERTER AND OTHER STORIES. HAROLD FREDERIC'S STORIES OF YORK STATE, ed. Thomas F. O'Don nell, introd. Edmund Wilson (Syracuse: Syracuse U Press, ), identified as STORIES OF YORK STATE.
"The Two Rochards," by Edgar, Utica OBSERVER, 30 Sepp. 2.Harold Frederic (–) was an Anglo-American journalist and novelist.
Frederic was born in Utica, New York to Presbyterian parents. After his father was killed in a train accident when Frederic was eighteen months old, the boy was raised primarily by his mother. He finished school at fifteen, and soon began work as a photographer.The Mohawk Valley During the Revolution A Painter Of Beautiful Dreams Passage on the West from In the Valley (New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, ).Scribner's Magazine September The Lawton Girl (New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, ) The Return of the O'Mahony (New York: Robert Bonner's Sons, ).New York Ledger April Marsena and Other Stories of the Wartime (New York.