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A favorite reread that reminds me that no matter how much things change, they really stay the same.
Good quick read.
it took me about one third of the way through to get into this book but when I did, I was totally absorbed. Sinclair Lewis at his best.Published 13 days ago by susan wilson
The language is a bit dated. After reading this I wonder who came in second for the Nobel Literature prize in 1930.Published 29 days ago by Thomas W. Schaeffer
I wanted to read this because I never read it in college. I really thought that it would be better. A ho-hum existence of a man in a ho-hum type of community during the 1920's.Published 2 months ago by Anita
Lewis is one of those writers you can reread again and again and never tire of, and always find something new and true in his words. Read morePublished 2 months ago by David Valentino
the personification of an era through which middle class still applied to those who mildly went into business with the simple "gift of gab."Published 2 months ago by Chris B
Read it for a Book Club--was actually a "re-read" -- not ever one of my "faves"-!Published 4 months ago by g'ma marie