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This classic of American literature tells the story of George Webber, a rising novelist, who returns to his hometown only to face a wave of hatred and rejection from the inhabitants, who feel his latest work ridicules their way of life. George goes into exile, first in New York, then London and continental Europe, living life to the full but burdened by the belief that he can never return to his roots.This work, although published posthumously and heavily edited from Wolfe's surviving manuscripts, has done much to confirm his place as one of the leading American novelists of the 20th Century. This handsome new edition from Benediction Classics includes the full unabridged text of the published version.Visit Benediction Classics at www.thebestthathasbeensaid.com to read thousands of free classic books online, or buy them in elegant paperback and hardback editions at reasonable prices.

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ISBN:
9781849026574
Author:
Wolfe, Thomas
Publisher:
Benediction Classics
Author:
Wolfe, Thomas
Subject:
Literature-A to Z
Publication Date:
20100831
Binding:
HARDCOVER
Language:
English

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"Synopsis" by , This classic of American literature tells the story of George Webber, a rising novelist, who returns to his hometown only to face a wave of hatred and rejection from the inhabitants, who feel his latest work ridicules their way of life. George goes into exile, first in New York, then London and continental Europe, living life to the full but burdened by the belief that he can never return to his roots.This work, although published posthumously and heavily edited from Wolfe's surviving manuscripts, has done much to confirm his place as one of the leading American novelists of the 20th Century. This handsome new edition from Benediction Classics includes the full unabridged text of the published version.Visit Benediction Classics at www.thebestthathasbeensaid.com to read thousands of free classic books online, or buy them in elegant paperback and hardback editions at reasonable prices.
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