Project Gutenberg Complete Works of Winston Churchill

Project Gutenberg Complete Works of Winston Churchill This book was converted from its physical edition to the digital format by a community of volunteers You may find it for free on the web Purchase of the Kindle edition includes wireless delivery

This book was converted from its physical edition to the digital format by a community of volunteers You may find it for free on the web Purchase of the Kindle edition includes wireless delivery.

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  1. This is not the British Prime Minister, Sir Winston Spencer Churchill This is the American novelist, Winston Churchill.Winston Churchill enpedia wiki Winston Churchill was born in St Louis, Missouri, the son of Edward Spalding and Emma Bell Blaine Churchill He attended Smith Academy in Missouri and the United States Naval Academy, where he graduated in 1894 and became an editor of the Army and Navy Journal He resigned from the navy to pursue a writing career While he would be most successful as a novelist, he was also a published poet and essayist.His first novel was The Celebrity 1898 Mr Keegan s Elopement was published in 1896 within a magazine In 1903 it was republished as an illustrated hardback book Churchill s next novel Richard Carvel 1899 was a phenomenon, selling as many as two million copies in a nation of only 76 million, and made Churchill rich His next two novels, The Crisis 1901 and The Crossing 1904 , were also very successful.Churchill s early novels were historical but his later works were set in contemporary America He often sought to include his political ideas into his novels Churchill wrote in the naturalist style of literature, and some have called him the most influential of the American naturalists.In 1899, Churchill moved to Cornish, New Hampshire He became involved in politics and was elected to the state legislature in 1903 and 1905 He unsuccessfully sought the Republican nomination for governor in 1906 In 1912, he was nominated as the Progressive candidate for governor but did not win the election He did not again seek office In 1917, he toured the battlefields of World War I and wrote about what he saw, his first non fiction work.Sometime after this move, he took up watercolors, and also became known for his landscapes Some of his works are in the collections of Cornish Colony Museum in Windsor, Vermont, Hood Museum of Art part of Hopkins Center for the Arts Dartmouth College in Hanover, New Hampshire, and Saint Gaudens National Historic Site in Cornish, New Hampshire.In 1919, Churchill decided to stop writing and withdrew from public life As a result of this he was gradually forgotten by the public In 1940, The Uncharted Way, his first book in 20 years, was published The book examined Churchill s thoughts on religion He did not seek to publicize the book and it received little attention Shortly before his death he said, It is very difficult now for me to think of myself as a writer of novels, as all that seems to belong to another life Churchill died in Winter Park, Florida in 1947 He is the great grandfather of Albany, New York, journalist Chris Churchill.

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  1. I downloaded this thinking it is British Winston Churchill s book This is not THAT Winston Churchill Was disappointed Maybe a better name would avoid the confusion.


  2. This is compilation of Winston Churchill s books So as I read each book I will provide you with a brief description and review of each one.1 The Crossing 1 2 Delightful book many of the characters put perspective and life to history long past Following a young boy as he grows into a man, experiencing all the adventures that are included in the harsh realities of wars for independence, frontier life, and political upheaval.2 The Dwelling Place of Light be touched by the lives of flawed characters [...]


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