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|Publisher||Charles Scribner's Sons|
A businessman's selfish wife forces her way into upper society.
- Burt, Daniel S. The Chronology of American Literature, p. 301 (2004)(listing the novel at No. 3 for the year)
- (27 January 1901). "UNLEAVENED BREAD."; An Ironical Comedy Made Out of the Novel Well Acted, The New York Times
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