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A hazard of new fortunes

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William Dean Howells (1837-1920) wrote novels, plays, essays, poems, reviews and travel pieces that touched on every day people and their experiences. A prime example of Howell's realism is this 1890 novel; it is a psychologically probing reflection on social and personal upheaval in the nineteenth century, which the author considered to be his "most vital" book. The story interweaves themes, plots and characters in New York City and projects Howells personal attitudes on employers, feminism and marriage, among others.
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subject_facetCity and town life -- Fiction
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Moving, Household -- Fiction
New York (N.Y.) -- Fiction
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title_displayA hazard of new fortunes
title_fullA hazard of new fortunes / W. D. Howells ; introd. by Everett Carter ; notes to the text and text established by David J. Nordloh ... [et al.]
A hazard of new fortunes / William Dean Howells ; introduction by Arthur Schlesinger, Jr. ; critical introduction by Everett Carter ; notes to the text and text established by David J. Nordloh ... [et al.]
A hazard of new fortunes [electronic resource] Howells, William Dean, 1837-1920.
title_shortA hazard of new fortunes
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Middle-aged persons
Moving, Household
Social classes