James Gould Cozzens
Born: August 19, 1903 in Chicago, Illinois
Died: August 9, 1978 in Stuart, Florida Pen Name: None Connection to Illinois: Cozzens was born in Chicago. Biography: James Cozzens spent his entire life as a writer. He also taught children of American engineers in Tuinuco, Cuba, spent one year in Europe as a traveling tutor, was a librarian at the New York Athletic Club, worked in advertising, served in the military and was an associate editor of Fortune magazine.
- '''''Guard of Honor'''''
- -- Pulitzer Prize
ISBN: 0929587170 OCLC: 19920201 Elephant Paperbacks, Chicago : 1989, ©1934.
|Guard of honor /
ISBN: 0679603050 OCLC: 37946842 Modern Library, New York : 1998. "James Gould Cozzen's Guard of Honor balances a vast cast of intricately enmeshed characters as they react over the course of three tense days in September 1943 to a racial incident on a U.S. Army airbase in Florida. The reader is acutely aware of the war raging abroad and the effect it has had, or will have, on the multitude of servicemen who populate Cozzen's canvas."--Jacket.
|The just and the unjust /
ISBN: 0156465787 OCLC: 14260668 Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, New York : ©1970.
|The last Adam /
ISBN: 0881842109 OCLC: 13440335 Carroll & Graf, New York, N.Y. : 1986, ©1933.