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Author: Sherwood Anderson
It is the story of an inventor, Hugh McVey, who rises from poverty on the bank of the Mississippi River. The novel shows the influence of industrialism on the rural heartland of America.
Although Sam McPherson's business and professional life are thriving, his personal life is deteriorating, until he meets he meets a struggling mother and her ...
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Marching Men is a chronicle about the plight of the working man in an industrial society.
Flora Stravinsky, testing the Socratic maxim,"The unexamined life is not worth living," left her husband and young daughter, to journey the world alone. Thre...
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The Net Worth of Max Greenbaum is a profane, unapologetic journey taking us to a street corner where the gutter and spiritual growth run smack into one anothe...
This book will remind Baby Boomers what it was about some of the events and the atmosphere of the 60s and 70s in the United States. This is the story of my li...
This is another book featuring dashing Army Aajor Dickey, the most decorated officer whose services are requested by state governments to curb terrorist activ...