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Marquand

Millicent Bell

Marquand

An American life

by Millicent Bell

  • 314 Want to read
  • 18 Currently reading

Published by Little, Brown .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Marquand, John P

  • The Physical Object
    FormatUnknown Binding
    Number of Pages537
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10426422M
    ISBN 100316088285
    ISBN 109780316088282


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John P. Marquand (–) was a Pulitzer Prize–winning author, proclaimed “the most successful novelist in the United States” by Life magazine in A descendant of governors of the Massachusetts Bay Colony, shipping magnates Daniel Marquand and Samuel Curzon, and famed nineteenth-century writer Margaret Fuller, Marquand always had one foot inside the blue-blooded New England Cited by: John P.

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John Phillips Marquand (–) ultimately became known for his satires of the New England upper class and their traditions. He spent adulthood trying to regain his place among the deeply rooted and. Lucia I Marquand. likes 1 talking about this. Lucia | Marquand develops, designs, and produces books with museums, artists, creative professionals, publishers.

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[] Includes bibliographical references and indexPages:. John P. Marquand () was a Pulitzer Prize-winning author, proclaimed “the most successful novelist in the United States” by Life magazine in A descendant of governors of the Massachusetts Bay Colony, shipping magnates Daniel Marquand and Samuel Curzon, and famed nineteenth-century writer Margaret Fuller, Marquand always had one foot inside the blue-blooded New England.The Marquand room is one of our two rooms with a private entrance.

Located on the second floor, the room features its own deck overlooking the beautiful gardens and gazebo. This room has a queen-sized bed. The room is named after the Pulitzer-prize winning writer, J.P. Marquand, famous for his series of fictional books of the and s.

Marquand was part of that split – joining the SDP – but it is never mentioned in his book. This one complaint isn’t a personal dig that stems from having been around at the time; I was a child when those key decisions were made.

But for a book that throws so much mud at so many, a little more introspection might have been in order.