Imperii︠a︡ Gore Vidal

ISBN: 9785815900349

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Imperii︠a︡  by  Gore Vidal

Imperii︠a︡ by Gore Vidal
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Fictional creation Caroline Sanford, owner of the Washington Tribune, is the central character in this historical novel that focuses on late 19th/early 20th century Americas emergence as a global power. A well-written tale in the tradition of theMoreFictional creation Caroline Sanford, owner of the Washington Tribune, is the central character in this historical novel that focuses on late 19th/early 20th century Americas emergence as a global power. A well-written tale in the tradition of the authors Burr & 1876, it encompasses the Spanish-American War of 1898, US takeover of the Philippines, President McKinleys assassination & the stormy presidency of Theodore Roosevelt.

Interesting & well-developed real-life characters abound, including, most memorably, Secretary of State & Lincolns old friend John Hay. Intermixed with the well-researched backdrop of historical characters & events is Carolines personal story. The 5th novel in Vidals American Chronicle series, this is yet another winner.

Highly recommended.--Library Journal



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