William Saroyan: Places in Time is a biographical survey of the signature places and locales that were a part of the great writer’s world. Lavishly illustrated with beautiful, expressive watercolors, this book examines dozens of key locations, including his family’s ancestral home of Bitlis, Armenia, the Fred Finch Orphanage in Oakland, Paris, San Francisco, and of course the various schools, churches, and homes that played a role in his life in Fresno.
- Fifty-five beautiful watercolor illustrations by renowned artist Pat Hunter depict numerous signature locations in Saroyan’s life: homes and businesses in Fresno, his Paris apartment, the MGM Studios in Los Angeles, locales in San Francisco, places in Armenia, and much more.
- The importance and history of each location, as it relates to Saroyan, is concisely related through Janice Stevens’ historical research.
- This well-written mini-biography can be comfortably read in one evening.
- A superb classroom resource.
Craven Street Books
An Imprint of Linden Publishing
2006 S. Mary St.
Fresno, CA 93721