The Web of Life
by Robert Herrick
Publisher: ManyBooks 1900
Number of pages: 255
A realistic, and to a great extent, a philosophic study of modern American life: the scene is Chicago, and the writer gives searching views of society there. Robert Welch Herrick (1868-1938) was a novelist who was part of a new generation of American realists.
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