The Flirt

The Flirt
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ISBN10: 
1582018502
ISBN13: 
9781582018508
Pages: 
378
Published: 
by Classic Publishers
Rating: 
3.86

Booth Tarkington (1869-1946) was an American novelist and dramatist best known for his Pulitzer Prize-winning novels "The Magnificent Ambersons" and "Alice Adams."

Alice Adams

Alice Adams

Alice Adams, the daughter of middle-class parents, wants desperately to belong with the people of "high society" who live in her town. Ultimately, her ambitions are tempered by the realities of her situation, which she learns to accept with grace and style....
Mary's Neck

Mary's Neck

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This is the story about the storming of the exclusive little Maine summer resort by Enid and Clarissa with many of Tarkington's most amusing and gently satircial portraits.
His Own People

His Own People

The glass-domed "palm-room" of the Grand Conti-nental Hotel Magnifique in Rome is of vasty heights and distances, filled with a mellow green light which filters down languidly through the upper foliage of tall palms, so that the two hundred people who...
Monsieur Beaucaire

Monsieur Beaucaire

The adventures of a dashing young prince who dispensed with protocol in selecting his wife. He hit upon the unique scheme of impersonating a barber in order to be perfectly free to choose the lady of his heart. The prince is actually Louis Phillipe de...
The Plutocrat

The Plutocrat

1927. Although his first book was about English romance, Newton Booth Tarkington, winner of two Pulitzer Prizes, for The Magnificent Ambersons and Alice Adams, came to be known for his comical (and almost cynical) style of the Lost Generation that characterized the 1920...
Odd Interlude #1 (Odd Thomas #4.1)

Odd Interlude #1 (Odd Thomas #4.1)

Leading up to the highly anticipated arrival of Odd Apocalypse this summer, catch up with Odd Thomas in Odd Interlude, a special three-part eBook series by #1 bestselling master of suspense Dean Koontz! Here is the spine-tingling...
Chapman's Odyssey

Chapman's Odyssey

Harry Chapman is gravely ill in hospital. Why can he hear his mother's voice, acerbic and disappointed in him as usual? Is it because of Dr Pereira's wonder drug? Perhaps her presence would be understandable enough, but what is Pip from Great...