An American Tragedy

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World Publishing Company, 1948 - Capital punishment - 874 pages
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Psychological and social study of an American youth, in Kansas City, Missouri, whose neglected education, poverty and weakness of character make him a criminal. For other editions, see Author Catalog.

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User Review  - Duffy Pratt - Goodreads

This is probably the longest really bad book that I've ever read. I gave up several times, and really can't say why I came back and ultimately persevered through it. I first gave up after this ... Read full review

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User Review  - Marti - Goodreads

It's hard for me to imagine the average person nowadays having the patience to make it through a story like this, not only because it is long, but because it is a very negative depiction of American ... Read full review

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