Washington, D.C. (novel)
Cover of the first edition
|Series||Narratives of Empire|
|Media type||Print (Hardback & Paperback)|
|LC Class||PS3543.I26 W3 2000|
|Followed by||The Golden Age|
Washington, D.C. is a 1967 novel by Gore Vidal. The sixth novel in his Narratives of Empire series of historical novels (although the first one published), it begins in 1937 and continues into the Cold War, tracing the families of Senator James Burden Day and influential newspaper publisher Blaise Sanford.
This book is the least historical and most novelistic of any of the seven books. The Golden Age, the seventh book in the series, takes place during nearly the same span of years with many of the same characters, and needed to be written around the events of Washington D.C.
- Clarke, Interviewed by Gerald (6 December 1974). "Gore Vidal, The Art of Fiction No. 50" – via www.theparisreview.org.
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