A collection of interrelated stories depicting the men in Alpha Company. Describes their relationships, loneliness, fear, rage, and isolation during war. Also describes how Alpha Company becomes a "family".
The original Pulitzer Prize winning English family saga that kept millions of Brits home glued to there televisions when the beloved classic series was produced for BBC television in 1967. The Masterpiece Theater (2003) version on DVD is in the MCC Library's collection for check-out.
One Hundred Years of Solitude tells the story of the rise and fall, birth and death of the mythical town of Macondo through the history of the Buendia family.
Prehistoric fiction is historical fiction set before recorded history.
This category covers a lot of ground and includes works set thousands of years ago, such as the Song of the Earth trilogy set in 30,000 B.C., as well as pre-contact North America, as in Robert Conley's Real People series.