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Contemporary
  • Author:
    Frank Norris
  • ISBN:
    1434627314
  • ISBN13:
    978-1434627315
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  • Publisher:
    BiblioBazaar (June 11, 2007)
  • Pages:
    200 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Contemporary
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    1337 kb
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    1661 kb
  • Rating:
    4.2
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A Man's Woman is an adventure novel by Frank Norris written in the year 1900. It is one of three romantic novels by this author who typically wrote about more serious topics. The story opens with Ward Bennett, an explorer of extraordinary will, and his men making an attempt to reach the North Pole, enduring brutal hardships

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Frank Norris A Man's Woman. The following novel was completed March 22, 1899, and sent to the printer in October of the same year. As it was impossible to change the name of the novel at the time this notice was received, it has been published under its original title.

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Frank Norris was a late 19th century American novelist writing in the naturalist genre. His most famous works include McTeague (1899).

Considered one of the leading pioneers in American Naturalism, Frank Norris is read and studied for his vivid and honest depiction of life at the beginning of a lusty and developing new century

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The following novel was completed March 22, 1899, and sent to the printer in October of the same year.

Originating in the days when men and women weren't really supposed to socialize, this refers to the kind of woman that macho guys actually like bringing along on their adventures

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Swiftly and gently she drew the bed from the wall and raised its foot, propping it in position with half a dozen books. Then, while waiting for the servants, whom she had despatched for hot blankets, administered a hypodermic injection of brandy. We will pull you through," she kept saying to herself, "we will pull you through.

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