Wells moves close to home in this 1905 Dickensian social satire. Kipps is a lowly draper until he inherits a fortune. But money doesn't buy mobility, for Kipps has yet to learn the rules of upper-class behavior. One of Wells's best novels, it was the basis for the hit musical Half a Sixpence.
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BARNES & NOBLE
July 25, 2011
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