- Author:Louis Decimus Rubin
- Publisher:Longstreet Pr (September 1, 1995)
- Pages:439 pages
- Subcategory:United States
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Rubin, Louis Decimus, 1923-.
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Louis Decimus Rubin, Jr. was born in Charleston, South Carolina on November 19, 1923. After serving in the Army during World War II, he received a history degree the University of Richmond. He worked for The Associated Press and several newspapers including the Richmond News-Leader before receiving master's and doctoral degrees from Johns Hopkins University.
Louis Decimus Rubin Jr. was born into a Jewish family in Charleston, South Carolina, on November 19, 1923. He studied for two years at the College of Charleston, served in the Army during World War II (1939–1945), and earned a BA in history at the University of Richmond
Louis Decimus Rubin Jr. He studied for two years at the College of Charleston, served in the Army during World War II (1939–1945), and earned a BA in history at the University of Richmond.
Guggenheim fellow, 1958-1959, fellow American Council Learned Socs. Served with Army of the United States, 1943-1946. Former President Society for Study of Southern Literature. Writer in the South 1972, William Elliott Shoots a Bear 1975, The Wary Fugitives 1978, Surfaces of a Diamond (novel) 1981, A Gallery of Southerners 1982, The Even-Tempered Angler 1984.
Writing with the precision of a scholar embellished by the imagination of a natural raconteur, Rubin (The Golden Weather) offers an accomplished novel that treats two eternal themes: love and greed. The setting, Charleston, . in 1940, is fully realized: news travels by newspaper, hurricanes hit with little warning, a college professor can be called a & Jew'' for teaching the 17th-century poet Andrew Marvell.
This is an interesting and well-written novel about the struggles of those characters who live and work in Charleston.
With perfect pitch and an unerring eye for detail, Rubin transports readers to Charleston, South Carolina, 1940, in a riveting tale of romance and mystery. When a rookie newspaper reporter comes to Charleston to be near his fiance, he discovers a shocking truth about her past and her father's sordid business deals. This is an interesting and well-written novel about the struggles of those characters who live and work in Charleston. There are many "real" episodes of local history and places that actually exist. There are love interests and struggles with identfiying life goals.
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Louis Decimus Rubin J. The Curious Death of the Novel: Essays in American Literature (1967). The Heat of the Sun (1995). Hill; and for founding Algonquin Books of Chapel Hill, a publishing company nationally recognized for fiction by Southern writers YouTube Encyclopedic. The Teller in the Tale (1967). George W. Cable: The Life and Times of a Southern Heretic (1969). The Writer in the South (1972).
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