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Citizen Tom Paine

a play in two acts

by Howard Fast

  • 306 Want to read
  • 22 Currently reading

Published by Houghton Mifflin in Boston .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809 -- Drama.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementHoward Fast.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPS3511.A784 C55 1986
    The Physical Object
    Pagination119 p. ;
    Number of Pages119
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2545448M
    ISBN 100395411874, 0395414997
    LC Control Number85027279

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    Two-thirds of "Citizen Tom Paine" deals with the period between Paine's first arrival in America as an obscure immigrant and his departure for Europe to exploit the. iron bridge he had invented – a period of about fifteen years. The last twenty years of his life are merely sketched in. Nor is Mr. Fast's method one of straightaway narration. Among Howard Fast's historical fiction, Citizen Tom Paine-one of America's all-time best-sellers-occupies a special place, for it restored to a generation of readers the vision of Paine's revolutionary passion as the authentic roots of our national beginnings. Fast gives us "a vivid picture of Paine's mode of writing, idiosyncrasies, and character Price Range: $ - $

    Among Howard Fast's historical fiction, Citizen Tom Paine-one of America's all-time best-sellers-occupies a special place, for it restored to a generation of readers the vision of Paine's revolutionary passion as the authentic roots of our national beginnings. Fast gives us "a vivid picture of Paine's mode of writing, idiosyncrasies, and 4/5(2). Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Citizen Tom Paine by Howard Fast, May 5, , Grove Press edition, Paperback in English Citizen Tom Paine (May 5, edition) | Open LibraryCited by: 6.


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A fictionalized autobiography, Citizen Tom Paine is the best-selling work of historical fiction by author Howard Fast about the life and work of Thomas Paine, particularly in the years before and during the American Revolution. The book follows Tom Paine during his upbringing, journey to America, and his appreciation for the new democracy.

Thomas Paine (born Thomas Pain) (February 9, [O.S. Janu ] – June 8, ) was an English-born American political activist, philosopher, political theorist, and authored the two most influential pamphlets at the start of the American Revolution and inspired the patriots in to declare independence from Great : Thomas Pain, February 9,Thetford.

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Citizen Tom Paine is a book which will live as the enduring portrait of one of the greatest of those who founded the Republic. Tom Paine's life was as heroic as his vision of a better world.

Born in poverty in England, he was helped to America by Ben Franklin; he became an editor in the little provincial capital of Philadelphia.

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[Historical Fiction, Biography]. Title: Citizen Tom Paine. ].Seller Rating: % positive. Paine nodded. Slowly and painfully, he had been coming around to the same point of view. “The strength was always with the people,” he said. “Of course—firearms don’t change that.

But there was never, in this world, a technique for revolution. There was a technique for tyranny and strength implemented it, but always the strength of a few.4/5(32).

“For Citizen Paine. And you, monsieur, are Citizen Paine?” “I am,” he smiled. “Come in, gentlemen.” The two agents were followed by one corporal and four privates. The corporal took his place at the foot of Paine’s bed, after saluting, the privates on either side. Get this from a library.

Citizen Tom Paine. [Howard Fast] -- Presents a fictionalized account of Paine's contribution to keeping alive the passion for freedom during the grueling years of the American Revolution.

The New York Times bestseller that’s “so glowingly human a picture of Tom Paine and America in the revolutionary days” (The New York Herald). Thomas Paine’s voice rang in the ears of eighteenth-century revolutionaries from America to France to England. He was friend to luminaries such as Thomas Jefferson, Ben Franklin, and William Wordsworth/5(4).

In the Crisis Extraordinary he was at his calmly furious best, appealing to the merchants for a common front, begging them to believe that only in a democracy could a 4/5(32).Among Howard Fast's historical fiction, Citizen Tom Paine - one of America's all-time best-sellers - occupies a special place, for it restored to a generation of readers the vision of Paine's revolutionary passion as the authentic roots of our national beginnings.

Fast gives us "a vivid picture of Paine's mode of writing, idiosyncrasies, and character-generous, nobly unselfish. The New York Times bestseller that’s “so glowingly human a picture of Tom Paine and America in the revolutionary days” (The New York Herald).

Thomas Paine’s voice rang in the ears of eighteenth-century revolutionaries from America to France to England. He was friend to luminaries such as Thomas Jefferson, Ben Franklin, and William Wordsworth.4/5(4).