Harold L. Davis

Harold L. Davis (1894–1960) was an American author and novelist. He is best known for his novel 'Honey in the Horn,' which won the Pulitzer Prize for Novel in 1936. His work often focused on the Pacific Northwest and reflected the lives and struggles of rural people in the early 20th century.


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  1. 1. Honey in the Horn

    "Honey in the Horn" is a novel set in Oregon at the turn of the 20th century, following the life of Clay Calvert, a young orphan. The story explores his adventures as he travels across the state, encountering various characters and cultures, including homesteaders, laborers, and Native Americans. The book delves into the rich tapestry of the Pacific Northwest, its history, and its people, painting a vivid picture of the region's diversity and the challenges faced during that era.