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Jubilee Jim and the Wizard of Wall Street


ISBN 10: 0525248412 / ISBN 13: 9780525248415
Published by Dutton Adult April 1990, 1990
Used Condition: Fine (F) Hardcover
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Appears unread, crisp, clean, bright and tight. Near fine book/Near Fine Dust Jacket. BEAUTIFUL copy. The 'Flash Age' historians have called it.much like today Wall Street just after the Civil War was delirious with too much fast money and the economy w. Bookseller Inventory # 20080805102259

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Title: Jubilee Jim and the Wizard of Wall Street

Publisher: Dutton Adult April 1990

Publication Date: 1990

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:Fine (F)

Dust Jacket Condition: Fine

Edition: First Edition.

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Railroad tycoons Jay Gould and Jim Fisk flee to New Jersey and, from across the Hudson, wage a war with millionaire railroader Cornelius Vanderbilt, in a historical saga peopled with the famous and infamous

From Publishers Weekly:

Although bogging down occasionally in sappy romance and a morass of financial intrigues, this entertaining, loosely historical novel vibrantly evokes a bygone New York City as it traces the clash between thundering railroad titan Cornelius Vanderbilt and his archrivals Jay Gould and Jim Fisk. Furtive, quiet Gould, rogue wizard of Wall Street, emerges almost as a tragic figure, blinded by his need to mold himself into greatness, haunted by the deaths of his mother and sister, troubled by a mentally deranged son who harbors patricidal fantasies. Gould's unlikely partner in the Erie railway, the clownish, loud Fisk, has an extramarital affair with a struggling actress that parallels Gould's dalliance with divorcee Annabelle Stokes, whose brother-in-law, President Ulysses Grant, becomes a tool in Gould's gold speculation, fueling the Crash of 1869. Unforgettable scenes--Gould and Fisk rowing across the frigid Hudson to New Jersey to evade Vanderbilt's legalistic tentacles; the duo nearly hanged by an angry Wall Street mob--drive home this cautionary tale for today's high-stakes players.
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