Midwestern Journal by Howard Doughty

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Readers will find sympathy, understanding and flashes of humor in this intelligently crafted novel.
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"Perhaps the reports of Mark Twain’s death have been greatly exaggerated.
His literary wit and style live in Howard Doughty’s Midwestern Journal.


“Edward Ellis’ fictional diary explores the human condition with humor, irony and intelligence… Thoroughly enjoyable and deceptively easy reading.”
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“At its best, Midwestern Journal captures the rhythms of rural life... It’s the sort of book that, by getting us laughing at others, allows us to laugh at ourselves.”
Clarion Review

“Readers will find sympathy, understanding and flashes of humor in this intelligently crafted novel.”
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About Howard Doughty

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Howard N. Doughty, 1904-1970, taught at several universities, including the University of Pennsylvania and Harvard University.
 
Published November 18, 2013 by Trafford Publishing. 197 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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Readers will find sympathy, understanding and flashes of humor in this intelligently crafted novel.

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