Ann Vickers

Sinclair Lewis

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Ann Vickers is a novel by American writer Sinclair Lewis, first published in 1933. The book charts the life of Ann, a young girl in the American Midwest, as she grows up and becomes involved in fighting for women's rights. As a suffragist, she is imprisoned, and it is her experiences there which lead her to a career as a social worker in a settlement house during the First World War. There, she has her first sexual love affair, becomes pregnant, and has an abortion. Later, having become successful running a modern and progressive prison for women, she marries, but does so more out of loneliness than love. Stuck in a loveless marriage, she falls in love with someone else, and ends up flouting not only the usual middle-class conventions, but also those of her own progessive circle.

This book has 148,748 words, 266 pages in the PDF version, and was originally published in 1933.

Production notes: This ebook of Ann Vickers was published by Global Grey in 2018, and updated on the 23rd December 2022. The artwork used for the cover is 'The Russian' by Anton Faistauer.

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