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|Pessoa Denominada:||Walker Percy; Walker Percy; Walker Percy|
|Tipo de Material:||Biografia, Recurso Internet|
|Tipo de Documento:||Livro, Recurso Internet|
|Todos os Autores / Contribuintes:||
Patrick H Samway
|Descrição:||xix, 506 p.,  p. of plates : ill. ; 25 cm.|
|Conteúdos:||The Birmingham years 1916-29 --
Athens and Greenville 1929-33 --
The college years 1933-37 --
The medical school years 1937-41 --
Illness, recuperation, and decision 1942-46 --
The apprenticeship years: writing The charterhouse 1947-53 --
From The gramercy winner to Confessions of a movie-goer 1954-58 --
A carer launched: The moviegoer 1959-61 --
Working on The last gentleman 1962-65 --
Working on Love in the ruins 1966-70 --
Writing and teaching 1971-74 --
The message in the bottle, Lancelot and The second coming 1975-80 --
Before and after Lost in the cosmos 1981-85 --
The Thanatos syndrome and the final illness 1986-90.
|Responsabilidade:||Patrick H. Samway.|
This biography, written with Percy's approval and assistance, allows his life to unfold as he lived it, with its unexpected twists and complexities. The tragic deaths of his father and mother, different in manner but close in time, were traumatic events for their teenage son. His subsequent adoption by "Uncle Will - William Alexander Percy, the noted writer and patrician - extended his cultural horizons. After his studies at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and at Columbia University's School of Medicine, he married Mary Bernice Townsend. Patrick Samway's meticulous biography tracks their conversion to Roman Catholicism and Percy's dogged determination to continue his career as a novelist and semiotician in Covington, Louisiana.
- Percy, Walker, -- 1916-1990.
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- Percy, Walker, -- 1916-1990
- Novelists, American.
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- Percy, Walker, -- (1916-1990)