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James Agee

a.k.a. James Rufus Agee

Author Code: AJRA

Born: Nov. 27, 1909 - Knoxville, Tennessee, USA

Died: May 16, 1955 - New York City, New York, USA

Educated at Phillips Exeter Academy in New Hampshire and Harvard University, Agee edited the Harvard Advocate and began his writing career while in school. He moved to New York after graduating and worked for Time and Fortune magazines. In 1934, he published Permit Me Voyage, his only volume of poetry. In 1936, he spent two months on assignment in Alabama for Fortune magazine, the experiences of which were later collected as Let Us Now Praise Famous Men, a critically acclaimed work. Agee joined Time as a film critic in 1942 and later held the same position at The Nation. In 1948, Agee became a freelance writer and a respected screenwriter, producing both The African Queen (1951) and The Night of the Hunter (1955). Agee had become an alcoholic which curtailed both his career and eventually his life at the early age of 45. Today, Agee's work is highly respected. His other works include Knoxville: Summer of 1915 (1935), The Morning Watch (1951), Face to Face (1952), A Death in the Family (1957) and Cotton Tenants (2013 Posthumous).

eBook Code Title/Sub-Title Pub. Yr Pages File Size Type Download Format Find Printed Copy
AJRA001 A Mother's Tale 1958 Posthumous 14 180k eBook Download PDF - 'A Mother's Tale' (AJRA001)   Download ePub - 'A Mother's Tale' (AJRA001) Find a printed copy of A Mother's Tale by James Agee at AbeBooks

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