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|James M. Cain. “Listen. Stall him on this kid stuff just a little while. Stall him, and |
we'll see if we can't figure something out. I'm not much good, but I love you, Cora.
I swear it.” “You swear it, and what do you do? He's taking me to Santa Barbara, ...
|Out of these elements, Cain creates a novel of acute social observation and devastating emotional violence, with a heroine whose ambitions and sufferings are never less than recognizable. From the Trade Paperback edition.|
|Engaging and accessible to all readers, Good Reasons is a brief, highly readable introduction to argument by two of the country's foremost rhetoricians.|
|First published in 1935, this novel reaffirmed James M. Cain as a virtuoso of the roman noir. From the Trade Paperback edition.|