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Top 40 Book Club : Top 40 Book Club Reads 2014
FICTION 15 BOOK CLUB READS Top 40 ALL THE KING’S MEN Robert Penn Warren All the King’s Men tells of the political rise and fall of Willie Stark in America’s Deep South. Set in the 1930s and told through the eyes of associate Jack Burden, the story tracks the progress of Stark’s rise from humble but honest beginnings to eventual political power. The reader will learn how this journey ultimately corrupts the ver y ideals he once held dear. Regarded as the quintessential American political novel, All the King’s Men also captures the essence of America’s Deep South at the time. The book explores politics, society, personal relationships and the consequences of abandoning idealism for individual gain. Winner of the 1947 Pulitzer Prize.
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