The Magnificent Ambersons PDF Review
The Magnificent Ambersons PDF is the best-selling novel of Booth Tarkington, Published by Doubleday. Published in the year 1918. The novel won Pulitzer Prize in 1919. It was in the second number of Growth trilogy. Others are The Midlander, The Turmoil and retitled National Avenue (1927).
The novel is set in a largely fictionalized version of Indianapolis. And some part of the novel is set in the neighborhood of Woodruff Place. Tell the growth of United States about three generations and about the civil war. And early part of 20th century. It’s the era of industrial tycoons rising their business and how businessman work and slave man. And how rich families rule. One of the richest family titular family is the most powerful family in the town. The story is moving around this American family and town.
Jay Pilcher adapted novel in his film in 1925, Directed is David Smith. Stars are Cullen Landis, Allan Forrest, Wallace MacDonald, Charlotte Merriam, Ben Alexander, Katheryn Adams, Aggie Herring and William Irving. And The Campbell Playhouse presents a radio adaption The Magnificent Ambersons on October 29, 1939.
Newton Booth Tarkington
Newton Booth was an American novelist and dramatist. Known for his best novel The Magnificent Ambersons and Alice Adams. He won Pulitzer Prize for Fiction for his novel. Born on July 29, 1869, in Indiana, United States, and died on May 19, 1946, in Indiana, United States. He active in writing career from 1899 to 1946. He was the son of John S. Tarkington and Elizabeth Booth Tarkington. His uncle Newton Booth was a governor of California.
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