Theophilus North A Novel

The last of Thornton Wilder's works published during his lifetime, Theophilus North is part autobiographical and part the imagined adventures of Wilder's twin brother who died...

The Eighth Day A Novel

Thornton Wilder's renowned 1967 National Book Award-winning novel features a foreword by John Updike and an afterword by Tappan Wilder, who draws on such unique sources as...

The Woman of Andros

"From the earliest pages of his first novels and plays, Wilder examined the universal quandaries encapsulated in the questions the young man Pamphilus asks in The Woman of Andros:...

Heaven's My Destination A Novel

"One of the most American books ever written. . . . Thornton Wilder's best, and most unexpected, book." (Wilfrid Sheed)Meet George Marvin Brush, one of Thornton Wilder's most...

The Ides of March A Novel

"Mr. Wilder has brought to his character the warmth which was totally lacking in the Caesar of schoolbooks and Shakespeare, and in his hero's destruction there is the true...