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Free Air by Sinclair Lewis
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Jun 08, 2012

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Summary: Sinclair Lewis published Free Air in 1919.
Free Air heads toward a West that was brimming with possibilities for suddenly mobile Americans at the end of a world war. The vehicle a Gomez-Dep roadster, takes Claire Boltwood and her father from Minnesota to Seattle, exposing them all to the perils of early motoring. On the road, the upper-crust Boltwoods are at once more insignificant and more noble. The greatest distance to be overcome is the social one between Claire and a young mechanic named Milt, who, with a cat as his traveling companion, follows close behind.

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