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At Pinney's Ranch - 1898

Edward Bellamy

Publisher: Good Press

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Summary

In Edward Bellamy's novel 'At Pinney's Ranch', the reader is transported to the American frontier of the late 19th century, where the protagonist struggles with the clash between tradition and progress. Bellamy's writing style is captivating, with vivid descriptions that bring the era to life. The novel explores themes of industrialization, social change, and the impact of technology on society, making it a thought-provoking read that resonates with readers today. In the context of American literature, 'At Pinney's Ranch' stands out as a reflection of the cultural shifts of the Gilded Age. Edward Bellamy, a renowned American author and social reformer, was known for his utopian novels that addressed the pressing issues of his time. His background in law and journalism provided him with a unique perspective on societal issues, which is evident in his insightful and thought-provoking writing. I highly recommend 'At Pinney's Ranch' to readers interested in American history, social commentary, and the impact of technology on society. Bellamy's novel offers a fascinating glimpse into the past while raising important questions that are still relevant today.
Available since: 03/16/2020.
Print length: 111 pages.

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