The Fires of Spring
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|Author||James A. Michener|
The Fires of Spring (1949) is the second novel published by American author James A. Michener. Usually known for his multi-generational epics of historical fiction, The Fires of Spring was written as a partially autobiographical bildungsroman in which Michener's proxy, young orphan David Harper, searches for meaning and romance in pre-WWII Pennsylvania.
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