Tom Clancy transformed himself from a frustrated insurance salesman to one of the most popular authors in the world when his techno-thrillers began to galvanize the attention of the reading public. This anthology chronicles the impact the controversial author has made on the literary world, and examines why Tom Clancy's prolific catalog of novels has been so successful.
|Series||Greenhaven Press literary companions to contemporary authors.|
-- Criticism and interpretation.
Adventure stories, American -- History and criticism.
War stories, American -- History and criticism.
Military art and science in literature.
Technology in literature.
|Publisher|| San Diego, Calif. :Greenhaven Press,2004
141 pages ; 23 cm.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 133-136) and index.
|ISBN||0737717432 (lib. bdg.)