by Sinclair Lewis
Publisher: Harcourt 1920
Number of pages: 462
A familiar life story: woman leaves big city to follow man she loves to a place she is in no way suited to, and ends up feeling trapped among people she despises. She tries to change the town, she tries to change herself, and when all else fails she tries to have an affair.
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