JAMES AGEE: Selected Journalism
Collection of articles published from 1933 to 1947 by Time and Fortune, chronicling life at home and abroad during the Depression and the war-torn 1940s. Famous for his autobiographical novel A Death in the Family, Agee heavily valued his journalistic work, whether it was about cockfighting in his native South or the way in which a variety of Americans experienced the death of President Roosevelt.
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