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Howard fast until october of 1950, silas timberman was a professor of american literature at a large. This ebook features an illustrated biography of howard fast including rare photos from the author s estate. Until october of 1950, silas timberman was a professor of american literature at a large middlewestern university, a mild, happily married man, the father of. His father, barney, was an ironworker, a cablecar conductor, then a garment worker. His first novel appeared at the height of the depression, and he was still. Author fast sometimes uses the pen names walter ericson and e. The writer howard fast, who has died aged 88, was the last surviving american recipient of the stalin peace prize. This ebook features an illustrated biography of howard fast including rare photos from the authors estate. A prolific author of historical novels, biographies, popular histories. Choose your countrys store to see books available for purchase. Howard melvi n fa st november 11, 1914 march 12, 2003 was an american novelist and television writ er. Discount prices on books by howard fast, including titles like the american. Howard fast, whose bestselling historical fiction often featured the themes of freedom and human rights, elements in his own tumultuous political. Inspired by fast s own persecution at the hands of the house unamerican activities committee, silas timberman is a gripping record of the injustices of mccarthyism and a rousing ode to those who fought against it.

He was born on november 11, 1914, and died on march 12, 2003. Spartacus by howard fast 1951, signed abebooks passion for books. A novel and millions of other books are available for amazon kindle. This included silas timberman 1954, a novel about a victim of mccarthyism and the story of lola gregg 1956, describing the fbi pursuit and capture of a communist trade unionist.

New york timesbestselling author howard fasts immensely popular immigrants. He continued write and publish books that reflected his leftwing views. Spartacus by howard fast 1951 abebooks passion for books. The son of immigrants, fast grew up in new york city and published his first novel upon finishing high school in 1933. Then you can start reading kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer no kindle device required. Read silas timberman a novel by howard fast available from rakuten kobo. Howard melvin fast november 11, 1914 march 12, 2003 was an american novelist and. Howard fast, whose bestselling historical fiction often featured the themes of freedom and human rights, elements in his own tumultuous political journey through the blacklisting of the 1950s. Silas timberman by howard fast goodreads share book. Howard melvin fast was born in 1914 in manhattan, new york, one of four children. Howard fast infuses his story with the same passion for freedom that has distinguished his many historical novels. He was a bestselling author of more than eighty works of fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and screenplays. Howard fast was one of the popular american author and television write, who was famous for writing his books based on the historical fiction genre.

He was a bestselling author of more than eighty works of fiction. Enter your mobile number or email address below and well send you a link to download the free kindle app. Buy ebook silas timberman by howard fast, ebook format, from the dymocks online bookstore. Inspired by fasts own persecution at the hands of the house unamerican activities committee, silas timberman is a gripping record of the injustices of mccarthyism and a rousing ode to those who fought against it.

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