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Foxes of Harrow.

Frank Yerby

Foxes of Harrow.

by Frank Yerby

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Published by New English Library .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Originally published,Dial P.,1946.

SeriesFour square books
The Physical Object
Pagination448p.,18cm
Number of Pages448
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19218616M

  21 The Foxes of Harrow - Duration: Romy 7, views. videos Play all TCM {Turner Classic Movies}. The Civil War is much more in-focus in GWTW, whereas it really only comes into focus in the last 20 pages of Foxes of Harrow. We just returned from New Orleans and did a couple of plantation tours, so the book was fun for me in that I recognized so many terms that used to be foreign to me, like a "quadroon ball" or "octoroon"/5(36).

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book foreign to me, like a "quadroon ball" or "octoroon".Cited by: 7. Directed by John M. Stahl. With Rex Harrison, Maureen O'Hara, Richard Haydn, Victor McLaglen. In pre-Civil War New Orleans, Louisiana, roguish Irish gambler Stephen Fox (Sir Rex Harrison) buys his way into society, something /10().

The Foxes of Harrow, Yerby's first book, was released by Twentieth Century Fox in Yet few people seem to remember Frank Yerby outside of the academy.

Critics connect this state of affairs with what's taken to be Yerby's renunciation of the "protest novel" projects of African-American authors in the middle of the twentieth century.

The Civil War is much more in-focus in GWTW, whereas it really only comes into focus in the last 20 pages of Foxes of Harrow. We just returned from New Orleans and did a couple of plantation tours, so the book was fun for me in that I recognized so many terms that used to be foreign to me, like a "quadroon ball" or "octoroon"/5.

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The book bore more than a passing resemblance to other historical romances like Gone With the Wind and Anthony Adverse, but its first-time author was an original. Frank Yerby was the first African-American writer to become a. Get this from a library. The Foxes of Harrow.

[Frank Yerby] -- Three women threaten to destory Stephen Fox and his Louisiana empire in the passionate days before the Civil War. Buy The Foxes of Harrow. by Frank Yerby online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 5 editions - starting at $ Shop now. The Foxes of Harrow () cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more.

The Foxes of Harrow, like most of Yerby's novels, concerns itself with specific Southern social issues. Most prominent among these is the importance of social position, which, because of the influence of the aristocratic mentality, must be attained by the protagonist, regardless of personal cost, by fair means or foul.

Novem ) was an American writer, best known for his historical novel The Foxes of Harrow. 3 Later years and death. 4 Posthumous honors. 6 Film adaptations. 8 Further reading. Yerby was born in Augusta, Georgia, on September 5,the second of four children of Rufus Garvin Yerby (–) and Wilhelmina Ethel Yerby (née Born: Frank Garvin Yerby, September 5.

The Foxes of Harrow is an elaborate filmization of Frank Yerby's novel. Invested with the polished direction of John M. Stahl, it builds into a powerful drama of an adventurer's rise to fame and. THE FOXES OF HARROW.

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Edition. Get this from a library! The Foxes of Harrow. [Frank Yerby] -- Historical novel of romantic New Orleans and nearby plantation life, from to The Foxes of Harrow Author Yerby, Frank Book condition Used Binding Hardcover Publisher The Dial Press Place of Publication New York Date published Keywords Fiction.

Terms of Sale. Laird Books. A full refund is available on items returned within 30 .Information in the Twentieth Century-Fox Records of the Legal Department at the UCLA Arts-Special Collections Library states that the studio paid author Frank Yerby $, for the motion picture rights to The Foxes of Harrow, which was his first novel.A December Ebony article called the figure "the biggest bonanza ever pocketed by a colored writer" and stated that the .