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all the king's men
Transcript of all the king's men
Early 1800s to Early 1900s
Told by flashbacks so time is constantly changing
I would rate this book a 8 out of 10 because the plot was very interesting but the old southern dialect used got confusing at times.
I would recommend this book to anyone who likes historical fiction because it provided historical information but also had a strong story to go along with it.
Narrator of Story
Willie Stark's Assisstant
Family owns Burden's Landing
Living the "American Dream"
Cheats his into governor
Considered a corrupt politician
Lover of Jack and Willie
Creates conflict between Jack and Willie
By: Robert Penn Warren
All The King's Men
Presented By: Katie Hampton
Plot: Willie Stark was loved by the masses until he became governor and then the community realized how manipulative he really was. Throughout the story Willie must find a way to make all of his wrongs right by reversing what he originally did.
Man vs Self: Jack Burden debates whether he should help Willie Stark undo all of his wrongs.
Man vs Man: Jack an Willie fight over who will get to be Anne Stanton's "true lover."
Man vs Society: Willie must fix his issues with his community so he can remain a successful governor.