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Tarkington

(Newton) Booth. 1869--1946, US novelist. His works include the historical romance Monsieur Beaucaire (1900), tales of the Middle West, such as The Magnificent Ambersons (1918) and Alice Adams (1921), and the series featuring the character Penrod
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Twenty-five fun-loving teachers and three ISU student teachers from Booth Tarkington School volunteered on Wednesday, April 24th, at the Arlington Heights McDonald's located on Dundee Rd, where they served students and their families in a fundraiser for their school.
The fascination that suffuses Herrick's and Wharton's depictions of their heroines turns into something quite different in Booth Tarkington's Alice Adams (1921).
This synthesis meant the first merging of the two dominant tendencies in the American novel of that time, namely the (philosophical) naturalism of a Theodore Dreiser or Frank Norris (the latter being himself, in his early creative period, a romantic author) and the elegant and sentimental mannerism of a Booth Tarkington and Meredith Nicholson (the socalled "Hoosier School"; cf.
"FilterEasy's Raleigh office continues to grow and our team is expanding," said Thad Tarkington, founder of FilterEasy.
c Gerberding JL, Little C, Tarkington, A, Brown A, Scechter WP.
The group's advisory board members included Pinchot, Hugh Johnson (former head of the National Recovery Administration), novelist Booth Tarkington, and journalist Dorothy Thompson.
Mack MJ, Brown PP, Kugelmass AD, Battaglia SL, Tarkington LG, Simon AW, et al.
639, 712 (2011) ("Given the integral role of attorneys in America's democratic government, it seems reasonable, if not imperative, that this category of speech--attorney advice--should be fiercely guarded from unnecessary regulation."); Margaret Tarkington, A First Amendment Theory for Protecting Attorney Speech, 45 U.C.
(19) Others involved included Booth Tarkington, Harry Leon, Wilson, Alexander Woollcott, and, of course, Theodore Dreiser, who was elected president and gave a laudatory speech at the Society's first meeting.
But for those of us who appreciate Young's immense musical gifts, Ed Tarkington's debut novel will likely prove twice as harmonious.
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If I tell you I'm writing in praise of an Indiana native now resident in Arizona you may, crest falling, call to mind a Republican vice president famed for his hebetude, but quail not: my Hoosier Phoenician is Jeremy Beer, who has edited the newly published America Moved, a memoir of conjoined parts by the novelistic Gentleman from Indiana, Booth Tarkington (1869-1946).