13 edition of The confession of a child of the century by Samuel Heather found in the catalog.
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Thomas Rogers (–) was born in Chicago, Illinois, and was the author of four novels, including the National Book Award finalists The Pursuit of Happiness and The Confession of a Child of the Century by Samuel third novel is At the Shores, and his final work, Jerry Engels, is its Susskind produced a film based on The Pursuit of Happiness starring Pages: The Confession of a Child of the Century by Samuel Heather: A Novel - Kindle edition by Rogers, Thomas.
Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading The Confession of a Child of the Century by Samuel Heather: A Novel/5(4). Finalist for the National Book Award: A witty novel of coming of age during wartime in America In the words of its “author,” Samuel Heather, the Confession is a “comical historical pastoral” that chronicles the struggles of growing up the son of a Midwestern bishop.(“My father’s daily work was to be a father.
The Confession of a Child of the Century by Samuel Heather: A Novel View larger image. By: Thomas Finalist for the National Book Award: A witty novel of coming of age during wartime in AmericaIn the words of its "author," Samuel Heather, the Confession is a "comical historical pastoral" that chronicles the struggles of growing up the son of Pages: An eclectic yet singularly wiry and amusing confession by child Samuel Heather, 40 years of age, ""actuarially due to cease at the year "" Son of an Episcopalian Bishop from Kansas City, Samuel, who inevitably experienced a ""sibling rivalry with Jesus Christ,"" sums up his odyssey as ""an epic struggle with Father, now in its third invigorating decade."".
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He was twice nominated for the National Book Award for Fiction, for his first novel The Pursuit of Happiness, which was adapted into a film, and his second novel The Confessions of a Child of the Century by Samuel Heather ().
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