Ever since 1899 when Booth Tarkington, a young gentleman of leisure, first began to spend his days "fussin' with literature," he has been concerned with the interpretation of American Life. His books catch the spirit of America as no other has caught it.
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Review: Alice AdamsUser Review - Kaylan Swearingen - Goodreads
I wavered between sympathy and intense dislike (and embarrassment, occasionally) for the title character of this book. In the end, Alice proves herself to be a good girl who's learned quite a lesson ... Read full review