6 edition of American Novelists Set found in the catalog.
April 1, 1997
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||3864|
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“All of the village was of a piece, a time, and a style; it was as though the people needed the ugliness of the village, and fed on it. The houses and the stores seemed to have been set up in contemptuous haste to provide shelter for the drab and the unpleasant, and the Rochester house and the Blackwood house and even the town hall had been brought here perhaps accidentally from some far Set inRagtime tells the story of Harry Houdini, a famous escape artist who crashes into a telephone pole outside a family’s home.
Filled with many sub-stories and plots, Doctorow captures American history as a series of random events, challenging the nature of recorded :// 15 best North American novels of all time Set in the geographic centre of the antebellum US, the sequel to The Adventures of Tom Sawyer is the A collection of 25 Great American Novels: The Scarlet Letter, Moby Dick, Uncle Tom's Cabin, Main Street, The Jungle, The Secret Garden, The Red Badge of Courage, The Call of the Wild, and more.
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