The Way of All FleshBook - 1916
"Butler's autobiographical account of a harsh upbringing and troubled adulthood satirizes Victorian hypocrisy in its chronicle of the life and loves of Ernest Pontifex. Along the way, it offers a powerful indictment of 19th-century England's major institutions."--Amazon.
Publisher: New York : E.P. Dutton & Co., 1916
Branch Call Number: FICTION BUTLER
Characteristics: x p., 1 l., 464 p. 20 cm
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