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|Author||Ben Ames Williams|
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All the Brothers Were Valiant is a story by Ben Ames Williams. It was published in the 1919 April and May issues of Everybody's Magazine with illustrations by N. C. Wyeth; a hardcover edition followed in May with jacket art, front and rear, also by Wyeth. It was Williams's first published novel, although he had previously written many short stories for magazines. It has been adapted to film three times, all by MGM: All the Brothers Were Valiant (1923), Across to Singapore (1928) and All the Brothers Were Valiant (1953). Polar explorer Richard E. Byrd carried a copy on his 1933-1935 solo journey to Antarctica, he wrote in his journal that he had trouble reading it due to eye trouble.
- Ben Ames Williams (April 1919). "All the Brothers Were Valiant Part I". Everybody's Magazine.
- Ben Ames Williams (May 1919). "All the Brothers Were Valiant Part II". Everybody's Magazine.
- Ben Ames Williams (May 1919). All the Brothers Were Valiant. New York: The Macmillan Company.
- Philip Stevick (1991). "Ben Ames Williams". In Bobby Ellen Kimbel (ed.). Dictionary of Literary Biography. American Short-Story Writers, 1910-1945. Second Series. 102. Detroit, MI: Gale. p. 358-365.
- Lloyd, James B (1981). Lives of Mississippi Authors, 1817–1967. Jackson: University Press of Mississippi. pp. 467–469.
- Richard E. Byrd (1938). Alone. New York: G. P. Putnum. p. 190.
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