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by Jim Lehrer
Pages: 240 pages
Category: Genre Fiction
Publisher: Random House Trade Paperbacks (April 20, 2010)
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Oh, Johnny is Jim Lehrer’s nineteenth novel. Despite a bit of a clunky beginning, Oh, Johnny turned out to be an intriguing book with the poignant message that a soldier’s life will be irretrievably altered after war.
Oh, Johnny is Jim Lehrer’s nineteenth novel. As the story progresses, the characterizations gain depth, and we can begin to see the motivations for Johnny’s actions.
1st novel I've read by Jim Lehrer. Theme around WWII, first love, and pro baseball will resonate with history buffs.
James Charles Lehrer (/ˈlɛərər/; born May 19, 1934) is an American journalist and novelist. Presidential Election campaigns. He is an author of numerous fiction and non-fiction books that draw upon his experience as a newsman, along with his interests in history and politics. Библиографические данные.
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Oh, johnny, Jim Lehrer. Варианты приобретения . Описание: Jim Lehrer's twentieth novel is his most entertaining and intriguing yet. Three bizarre deaths aboard the "Super Chief" train out of Chicago in 1956 spark a plot with twists and turns.
An excerpt from Oh, Johnny. 1 Johnny Wrigley thought he felt slight lurches and heard braking screeches, among other signs that it must be slowing down again. But after five days and four nights in the confining world of this slow, crowded troop train, he was beyond recognizing much of anything. All he knew for sure was that he was one of several hundred brand- new, gung ho United States marines on the way from South Carolina to California and then on to some island in the Pacific where he was going to kill Japs for America.
Jim Lehrer, author and news anchor for The NewsHour with Jim Lehrer, says philanthropists could save the declining news industry by funding a "serious, nonprofit, major . He is most recently the author of Oh, Johnny: A Novel.
Jim Lehrer, author and news anchor for The NewsHour with Jim Lehrer, says philanthropists could save the declining news industry by funding a "serious, nonprofit, major news gathering organization for everybody.