The last Puritan: a memoir in the form of a novel, Volume 1

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C. Scribner's sons, 1936 - Young men - 602 pages
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User Review  - cstebbins - LibraryThing

A typical Harvard product: a novel in form but not in substance, sadly over-intellectualized, self-conscious, contains startling insights delicately expressed, but fundamentally negative. Read full review

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User Review  - Tom Ratliff - Goodreads

Finally finished this tome...recommended by some queen in The Advocate...I could slap him/her! Old fashioned, out of date style, boring in most places, not gay at all! Read full review

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