Warning Hill: A Novel by John P. Marquand

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Warning Hill: A Novel

'“Poignant . . . Rare and compelling.” —The Saturday Review of Literature   “A novelist who has marked out for his own a province of the American social scene in which nobody before him has worked with comparable effect.” —The New York Times Book Review   “[Marquand] reaches out from recent history with an intensity of feeling, a beguiling humor, and a magical facility with the sounds and rhythms of language that can lift readers up and carry them away.” —The Atlantic Monthly   “[Marquand] is a consummately skillful novelist…a writer blessed with a Dickensian ability to create characters that stick in the memory.” —The New York Times “In time . . . [Marquand] will come to occupy a place in the American novel of the 20th century not too unlike that of Thackeray in the English novel of the 19th.” —Clifton Fadiman'
'“Poignant . . . Rare and compelling.” —The Saturday Review of Literature   “A novelist who has marked out for his own a province of the American social scene in which nobody before him has worked with comparable effect.” —The New York Times Book Review   “[Marquand] reaches out from recent history with an intensity of feeling, a beguiling humor, and a magical facility with the sounds and rhythms of language that can lift readers up and carry them away.” —The Atlantic Monthly   “[Marquand] is a consummately skillful novelist…a writer blessed with a Dickensian ability to create characters that stick in the memory.” —The New York Times “In time . . . [Marquand] will come to occupy a place in the American novel of the 20th century not too unlike that of Thackeray in the English novel of the 19th.” —Clifton Fadiman'
Publisher: Open Road Media ISBN: 9781504015738 Pages: 187