The Just and the Unjust is a novel by James Gould Cozzens published in 1942. Set in "Childerstown," a fictional rural town of 4000 persons, the novel is a courtroom drama of a murder trial that begins June 14, 1939, and takes three days. Read more - Shopping-Enabled Wikipedia on Amazon
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About the Author
JAMES GOULD COZZENS won the Pulitzer Prize for Guard of Honor. His other novels include The Just and the Unjust, By Love Possessed, Men and Brethren, and Morning, Noon, and Night.