Jurgen

Jurgen

James Branch Cabell's career was short-lived – his works fit neatly within the 1920s literary escapist culture and then quickly declined in popularity as the author veered away from the fantasy niche. In his heyday, Cabell garnered praise from several of his contemporaries such as H. L. Mencken and Sinclair Lewis. Lewis even acknowledged Cabell's successful "Jurgen" in his 1930 Nobel Prize address. "Jurgen" is certainly Cabell's most famous novel, published in… (more)

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Publisher: Digireads.com Publishing (January 01, 2013)

Page count: 158 pages

Language: English


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