The Posthumous Autobiography of T.S. StriblingeBook - 2015
In the intense blossoming of American literary talent between the World Wars, T.S. Stribling took his place with Faulkner, Hemingway, Dos Passos, and other members of his generation with the Pulitzer Prize in 1933 for his bestselling novel The Store. In Laughing Stock, Stribling's autobiography, the gifted writer reflects with humor, irony, and passion on his trajectory from a remote southern town to the literary heights of Paris and New York.
Publisher: Tuscaloosa, Alab. : University of Alabama Press, 
Characteristics: 1 online resource (252 pages)
Alternative Title: Posthumous autobiography of T.S. Stribling