A.E. Hochner's autobiographical tale of a young boy growing up with an institutionalized mother and an absentee father during the Depression.
King of the Hill -- A young boy struggles on his own in a run-down hotel after his parents and younger brother are individually separated from which is set in the 1930s Depression-era Midwest.
King of the Hill follows Ferguson Jenkins and the Cubs through the trials of 1972-'73, offering an intimate glimpse of the sport, from the hope and innocence of spring training to a slump in August.
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A fictionalized portrait of Ernest Hemingway's youth, based on his semi-autobiographical short stories. No one has stirred more people more deeply with his rousing adventures than Ernest Hemingway. And of all he wrote, many will most dearly remember what he put down about the passions and promise of awakening youth...how it feels to be nineteen... to feel the blood on fire with hungry, haunting desires... to sense the world closing in - trying to smother you... and you've got break out - or bust! This is the story of those years...the self-doubt and self-confidence, the ecstasy and excitement of a young man's springtime...when every hour is a fresh adventure, every moment a chance for the brave life...the big love!
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