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by Frank Yerby

ePub McKenzies Hundred download
Author:
Frank Yerby
ISBN13:
978-0440152774
ISBN:
0440152771
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Publisher:
Dell Publishing Company (August 1986)
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Genre Fiction
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McKenzie's Hundred book. Frank Yerby rose to fame as a writer of popular fiction tinged with a distinctive southern flavor.

McKenzie's Hundred book. In 1946 he became the first African-American to publish a best-seller with The Foxes of Harrow. That same year he also became the first African-American to have a book purchased for screen adaptation by a Hollywood studio, when 20th Century Fox optioned Foxes.

Having grown up on the plantation called McKenzie's Hundred, Gwen and Ann McKenzie both become caught up in the tragedy of the Civil War, Rose as a Confederate spy, and Gwen as the mainstay of the plantation during the war.

Doubleday, 1985 - 377 sayfa. Several of his books were made into successful films. FRANK YERBY was the celebrated and-in some circles-notorious African-American novelist, poet, and popular writer who rose to fame with the publication of The Foxes of Harrow in 1946. He wrote thirty-two additional novels that sold over fifty-five million copies. Speak Now is the first of his books to be returned to print. GENE ANDREW JARRETT is Assistant Professor of English at the University of Maryland, College Park, where he specializes in African-American literature and literary theory.

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Frank Garvin Yerby (September 5, 1916 – November 29, 1991) was an American writer, best known for his 1946 historical novel The Foxes of Harrow

Frank Garvin Yerby (September 5, 1916 – November 29, 1991) was an American writer, best known for his 1946 historical novel The Foxes of Harrow. Yerby was born in Augusta, Georgia, on September 5, 1916, the second of four children of Rufus Garvin Yerby (1886–1961) and Wilhelmina Ethel Yerby (née Smythe) (1888–1960). Rufus, a hotel doorman, was part African-American, part Seminole; Wilhelmina ("Willie") was Scots-Irish.

Information about the book, McKenzie’s Hundred: the Fiction, Hardcover, by Frank Yerby (Doubleday, Aug 01, 1985) .

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Having grown up on the plantation called McKenzie's Hundred, Gwen and Ann McKenzie both become caught up in the tragedy of the Civil War, Rose as a Confederate spy, and Gwen as the mainstay of the plantation during the war
  • Picked up this book to complete my collection of Frank Yerby's historical fiction. Wonderful novelist, best known for Foxes of Harrow. Blends accuracy of history with romance and a real sense of the old south but with more than a touch of irony. Very pleased with my purchase.

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