David McCullough Writing Styles in The Greater Journey: Americans in Paris

David McCullough
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David McCullough who authored The Greater Journey - Americans in Paris is a renowned and successful writer who has been awarded the Pulitzer Price twice in his writing career. The first Pulitzer Prize was awarded to him for his biography, Truman. Later, he received a second Pulitzer Prize for the biography, John Adams. The highly acclaimed HBO limited series, "John Adams," was based on McCullough's book. McCullough has written other books including The Patch Between the Seas, Mornings on Horseback, and 1776, among others. He has been honored for his writing with many awards including the Presidential Medal of Freedom.

Knowing that McCullough himself is a great writer, it is easy to understand the admiration that is apparent in his accounts of the young American writers, artists and professionals who traveled to Paris in the nineteenth century to develop their skills and talents. He takes great care in explaining...

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