Gore Vidal: A Biography Fred Kaplan

ISBN: 9780385477048

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Gore Vidal: A Biography  by  Fred Kaplan

Gore Vidal: A Biography by Fred Kaplan
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This first major, authorized biography of a towering literary and cultural figure, published to coincide with The Golden Age (Doubleday, Fall 200), the seventh title in Vidals Narratives of Empire series.No writer since Hemingway has lived his lifeMoreThis first major, authorized biography of a towering literary and cultural figure, published to coincide with The Golden Age (Doubleday, Fall 200), the seventh title in Vidals Narratives of Empire series.No writer since Hemingway has lived his life on as ambitious or international a scale as Gore Vidal, whose work, like Hemingways, has become a prominent landmark in twentieth century American literature.

Thanks to Vidals complete cooperation and Kaplans complete autonomy, this meticulously researched biography has all the glamour, sex, gossip, and family scandal one would expect. But more than that, Kaplan ties together the diversity and variety of his subjects work and life in a highly satisfying, utterly thorough study that will be the starting point for any critical and cultural analysis of Gore Vidal for years to come.



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