William Miller S Absorbing Chronicle Of Life In The Year Following World War I Re Creates The Mood Of Ebullience That Characterized The Unites States In The Country Had Just Won The Great War, Powerful New Machines Were Readily Available, And Life Seemed Carefree The New Ways Foretold The End Of An Era, The Author Believes, And The Innocence And Wonder That Characterized That Year Were Pretty Bubbles That Would Soon Burst Or Drift Out Of Reach
Born in 1917 A native of Jacksonville, Florida Taught at Memphis State and Marquette universities Had a masters degree from Duke University and a doctorate from the University of North Carolina Died in Lloyd, Florida.
- 232 pages
- Pretty Bubbles in the Air: America in 1919
- William D. Miller
- 22 June 2018 William D. Miller