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People from Tuscaloosa County, Alabama: People from Tuscaloosa, Alabama, Coleman Young, Robert J. Van de Graaff, William March, Debra Marshall

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Published August 15th 2011
ISBN : 9781157909903
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34 pages
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 33. Chapters: People from Tuscaloosa, Alabama, Coleman Young, Robert J. Van de Graaff, William March, DebraMorePlease note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 33. Chapters: People from Tuscaloosa, Alabama, Coleman Young, Robert J. Van de Graaff, William March, Debra Marshall, Sylvester Croom, Riggs Stephenson, Lurleen Wallace, Lee Maye, Curley Hallman, Deontay Wilder, Ronnie McCollum, George Foster, D. J. White, John Stallworth, Butch Hobson, Angel Martino, William W. Brandon, Linda Royster Beito, Shannon Shorr, LeRon McClain, Julia Tutwiler, Tike Redman, Sylvia Hitchcock, Chris Smelley, Phil Poole, John Blackburn, Dicky Pride, Justin Knox, Bert Bank, Lawrence Wilson, Kendrick Clancy, Marion Dudley, Ryan DeGraffenried, Robert Shaw, Monica Moorehead, John Heyl Vincent, Titus Ryan, Ollie Brown, Guy Morton, Jr., Titus Brown, H. Casey Young, Terry Jones, Speedy Duncan, John Oldshue, Stan Kimbrough, Tom Cherones, Ryan DeGraffenried, Sr., Wayne Rhodes, Andre Royal, Tony Dixon, Andrew McKenzie, Dan Boone, Kerry Jenkins, Frank Calloway, Clement Wood, Sylvester Croom, Sr., Charlie Hayward. Excerpt: William March (September 18, 1893 - May 15, 1954) was an American author and a highly decorated US Marine. The author of six novels and four short-story collections, March was a critical success and heralded as the unrecognized genius of our time, without attaining popular appeal until after his death. His novels intertwine his own personal torment with the conflicts spawned by unresolved class, family, sexual, and racial matters. Marchs characters, through no fault of their own, tend to be victims of chance. He writes that freedom can only be obtained by being true to ones nature and humanity. William March was born as born William Edward Campbell, the eldest son of a poor, itinerant family in and around Mobile, Alabama. His father worked in the lumber industry in South Alabama, and was an occasional heavy drinker who had a fondness for reciting poetry (especially Edgar Allan Poes) at the dinn...