Dodsworth

Dodsworth

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by Sinclair Lewis
     
 

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A satirical novel by Sinclair Lewis, enjoying the differences in morals, intellect and manners between Americans and Europeans.

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A satirical novel by Sinclair Lewis, enjoying the differences in morals, intellect and manners between Americans and Europeans.

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Lewis's remarkable 1929 satirical novel about millionaire auto manufacturer Sam Dodsworth, who journeys to Europe with his new wife, is brought to life in a straightforward yet entirely enjoyable performance by Grover Gardner. He offers only slight variations in tone and dialect for each character, but they are always entertaining and realistic. He's never over-the-top or outrageous, which, given the writing style, could easily have been the case. Gardner's Dodsworth is a clear-cut and firm individual whose voice shifts ever so slightly once he begins to realize that there is far more to life than just a paycheck. As Dodsworth's wife, Gardner delivers a slightly more grating tone with a higher pitch reminiscent of a stage performance, which offers a more lighthearted tone at times.
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ISBN-13:
9781849025560
Publisher:
Benediction Books
Publication date:
01/08/2011
Pages:
370
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.94(d)

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