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Harcourt, Brace & World, 1948 - American fiction - 451 pages
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Describes the lonely predicament of Carol Kennicott, who is caught between her desires for social reform and individual happiness. Her dilemma is intensified by the fact that she lives in a small, self-satisfied, Midwestern town.

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I couldn't tell sometimes if this story of early 20th century small town morals and social pressures was feminist or mocking. Carol, a young woman who has lost her parents, becomes a librarian in St ... Read full review

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This is a well written story of life in a simpler time,but not simple life! A good,digestable read. A good choice if you never read Lewis before. Read full review

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