Stoner /

"Born the child of a poor farmer in Missouri, William Stoner is urged by his parents to study new agriculture techniques at the state university. Digging instead into the texts of Milton and Shakespeare, Stoner falls under the spell of the unexpected pleasures of English literature, and decides...

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Main Author: Williams, John, 1922-1994.
Language:English
Series:New York Review Books classics.
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Summary:"Born the child of a poor farmer in Missouri, William Stoner is urged by his parents to study new agriculture techniques at the state university. Digging instead into the texts of Milton and Shakespeare, Stoner falls under the spell of the unexpected pleasures of English literature, and decides to make it his life. Stoner is the story of that life" -- publisher description (January 2007).
Physical Description:xiv, 278 pages ; 21 cm.
ISBN:9781590171998 (pbk. : acid-free paper)
1590171993 (pbk. : acid-free paper)

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Call Number: PS3545.I5286 S7 2003
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