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"At thirty-four Mr. Wrenn was the sales-entry clerk of the Souvenir Company. He was always bending over bills and columns of figures at a desk behind the stock-room. He was a meek little bachelor--a person of inconspicuous blue ready-made suits, and a small unsuccessful mustache." Mr. Wrenn, however has a rich inner life embellished by his own imagination. When he comes into a modest inheritance, he feels he ought to learn to get out and wander a bit, and then his education begins. He finds life more "interesting", perhaps than he had "imagined". . . (Introduction by Don Jenkins)
Thanks so much to Don W. Jenkins (Not Sinclair Lewis) for his wonderful energetic reading!
The tale of Mr. Wrenn is delightful, funny, and heartwarming. Mr. Wrenn goes on a real journey in more ways than one! I found myself really relating, rooting for this plucky little guy. Thanks so much to Sinclair Lewis for his wonderful energetic reading which really added a lot to my enjoyment of this book :)