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Reading Books from Eras Gone

We read the classics because they're...classic; the themes, characters, and issues presented endure and are timeless. But what about the nonfiction books that get left behind by science and history; what about the boilerplate novels for schoolkids between the world wars, how were the classics presented in bygone times. Choose an era, genre or scroll until you reach the end(the last option a progressively longer task as I read more.)

The Great War

Her debut novel, The Return of the Soldier, is a wonderful provocation. The story revolves around a 36-year-old soldier…

Babbitt

After the social instability and sharp economic depression that followed World War I, many Americans in the 1920s saw…

Letters from High Latitudes

gots to make some moneys and pump out hte content "On the other hand, we denounce with righteous indignation…