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Puzzled America.
by Anderson, Sherwood.

Publisher Information:
Scribners, New York: 1935.

A Fine copy in a Near Fine unclipped dust jacket with two tiny closed edge tears and gentle edge wear. In this collection of "sketches", as Anderson refers to them, he set out to capture the concerns and impressions of "plain people" in America during the depression. The book is devided into three sections: In the South, In the Middlewest and What the Woman Said. Anderson talks with miners, mill workers, farmers, artisans and laborers to take the pulse of Americans during one of the most trying decades in our country's history.


Edition: First Printing of the First US Edition
Book Id: 23476

Price: $250.00

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