|Statement||by Henry Bellamann.|
|LC Classifications||PZ3.B4159 Ki|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||5 p. ℗ ., 3-674 p., 1 ℗ .|
|Number of Pages||674|
|LC Control Number||40007412|
Kings Row is the kind of book that lives long in your mind and heart. He breathes life into the characters and you feel as though you know them each personally and would recognize them on the street. He knows the pulse of human emotion and the author is a psychologist, a man of spiritual depth and insight, and his words sing.5/5(5). Kings Row Summary by Henry Bellamann. Start Your Free Trial Start your hour free trial to unlock this Kings Row study guide and get instant access to will help you with any. Synopsis KIngs Row in the 's is a good clean place to live and raise a family, according to a sign at the edge of town. Parris Mitchell was orphaned at an early age and lives with his grandmother. His best friend is Drake McHugh, who is also orphaned and lives with his aunt. South East Salt Lake City, UT [email protected] Google Map.
In this dark drama, set shortly before WWII, two young men grow up to discover that their idyllic and wholesome Midwestern hometown has a seamy side rife with jealousy, pettiness, and horrific acts%. A continuation of King's Row in which the relationships begun in the previous book, which began when Parris was a small child and ended when he left for Vienna to study medicine. In this book he returns and begins practice working with the fragile minds at the state asylum/5. Mass Market Paperback "Kings Row is one of the great post-war American best-sellers. It was also made into a famous movie. The reasons for its continuing popularity are abundant: it is the intriguing story of a small mid-western town at the turn of the century, peopled by a varied and colorful cast of characters/5(38). Kings Row. Commonplace and melodramatic as it sounds, Kings Row is the story of a young man who grows up to be a psychiatrist in a small mid-western town at the turn of the century. The novel is, in every sense, a record of growth -- not only of the town and the young man, but of an ideal of an ordered life.
Directed by Sam Wood. With Ann Sheridan, Robert Cummings, Ronald Reagan, Betty Field. The dark side and hypocrisy of provincial American life is seen through the eyes of five children as they grow to adulthood at the turn-of-the-century/10(K). Book Direct with us and save 5% Phone Now +61 7 or Book now below with promo code ‘direct’ to receive your 5% off now. *not available during Easter or Christmas periods. Genre/Form: Fiction Historical fiction: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Bellamann, Henry, Kings Row. New York, Simon and Schuster, FULTON, Mo. — Local folks once were so ashamed of the similarities between Fulton and “Kings Row,” a novel about a snobbish small town and its sadistic doctor, that the town librarian yanked the.