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Washington, D.C a novel

This illuminating portrait of national politics from the New Deal to the McCarthy era superbly blends historical figures with fictional characters.

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  • "Washington D.C"@pl
  • "Narratives of a golden age"

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  • "This illuminating portrait of national politics from the New Deal to the McCarthy era superbly blends historical figures with fictional characters."@en
  • "Thriller."
  • "Twee families spelen een belangrijke rol in het politieke leven in Amerika omstreeks de Tweede Wereldoorlog."
  • "Polish translation of Gore Vidal's "Washington, D.C.""
  • "A new age of media politics emerges when conservative senator Clay Overbury begins his quest for the Presidency during World War II, and receives help from liberal newspaper tycoon Blaise Sanford."
  • ""The final installment in the author's six-volume series of historical novels about the American past in which he chronicles life in the nation's capital through the stories of James Burden Day, a politically ambitious senator; Clay Overbury, a young congressional aide; and Blaise Sandford, a newspaper tycoon.""
  • ""The final installment in the author's six-volume series of historical novels about the American past in which he chronicles life in the nation's capital through the stories of James Burden Day, a politically ambitious senator; Clay Overbury, a young congressional aide; and Blaise Sandford, a newspaper tycoon.""@en
  • "Chronicle of the nation's capital from the New Deal through the McCarthy era, centering on a conservative Senator and his ambitious assistant, both of whom aspire to the Presidency."
  • "In this fictional commentary on the degrading effects of the American political system upon its participants, Vidal follows the lives of "James Burden Day, a powerful conservative senator who is eyeing the presidency; Clay Overbury, a pragmatic young congressional aide with political aspirations of his own; and Blaise Sanford, a ruthless newspaper tycoon who understands the importance of money and image in modern politics."--Jacket."
  • "Een charmante Amerikaanse politicus streeft consequent naar het bereiken van een toppositie, waardoor zijn onaangename karaktertrekken allengs de overhand krijgen."

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  • "Genres littéraires"
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  • "Historical fiction"@en
  • "Historical fiction"
  • "Belletristische Darstellung"
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  • "Fiction"
  • "Political fiction"@en
  • "Political fiction"

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  • "Washington, D. C. a novel"
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