Citadel on the Mountain
A Memoir of Father and Son
By (author) Richard Wertime
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Citadel on the Mountain by Richard Wertime
Book DescriptionA warped dream, an overbearing father, and his sonA handsome, brilliant man, the author's father-irascible, strong-willed, a compulsive womanizer-stands at the center of this strangely compelling story.In the mid-1970s, after a life in government service, which was shadowy in its depths, Ted Wertime built a fortress-like house on a mountaintop in south-central Pennsylvania. He had forged for himself a secondary career as a highly respected historian of ancient science and technology, and was convinced that it was his fate to lead a sweeping revolution that would cleanse the United States of energy abuse, political corruption, and an odd assortment of social ills. His "citadel" would serve as his revolutionary headquarters. He, his wife, and Joan, the last and most troubled of his succession of mistresses, lived in the house together in a bizarre menage a trois. His dream was to recruit his four sons to take part in his cause.The author, Richard Wertime, is the second-oldest son. "Citadel on the Mountain" is the story of his struggle to escape from a domineering and, at times, hypnotizing father who sought to control the sexual and professional lives of his offspring."
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Book DetailsISBN: 9780374529147
Paperback / softback
(221mm x 143mm x 18mm)
Imprint: Farrar, Straus and Giroux
Publisher: Farrar, Straus and Giroux
Publish Date: 16-May-2003
Country of Publication: United States
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Author Biography - Richard Wertime
Richard Wertime was a longtime editor at "Archaeology "magazine and is now a professor of English at Beaver College in Pennsylvania.
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