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Dorian: A Mormon Novel

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Dorian: A Mormon Novel by Anderson, Nephi, 9780548049020
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  • ISBN: 9780548049020 | 0548049025
  • Cover: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 7/30/2007
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1921. Nephi Anderson was the most prominent fiction writer of the Home Literature period of Mormon Literature. His Added Upon remains the best exemplar of this period, and has stayed in publication continually for a century. Dorian begins: Dorian Trent was going to town to buy himself a pair of shoes. He had some other errand to perform for himself and his mother, but the reason for his going to town was the imperative need of shoes. It was Friday afternoon. The coming Sunday he must appear decently shod, so his mother had told him, at the same time hinting at some other than the Sunday reason. He now had the money, three big, jingling silver dollars in his pocket.


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