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The Man Who Knew Coolidge, by Sinclair Lewis: A Review

As far as I can recall, I’ve written all of two entries for Wikipedia. I gathered my resources and my notes, matched the format as best I could, and tried my damnedest to write coherently and in the approved style. … Continue reading

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Where the Blue Begins, by Christopher Morley: A Short Review

Christopher Morley’s 1923 tale recounts the adventures of Mr Gissing, a bachelor without many cares in the world. Gissing has not examined his life too closely, and is not over-concerned with much. When he becomes guardian of three puppies, his … Continue reading

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Free Air, by Sinclair Lewis: A Review

Free Air, Lewis’ 1919 novel adapted from a magazine serial, is the story of Claire Boltwood, a Brooklyn society girl. In a fit of indecision over marriage to a young man of promising prospects called Jeff Saxton, Claire¬†has lured her … Continue reading

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