Heaven's my destination / Thornton Wilder.
- 1st Perennial ed.
- New York : Perennial, 2003.
xix, 215 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm
- Traveling sales personnel -- Fiction.
Textbooks -- Publishing -- Fiction.
Christian converts -- Fiction.
Middle West -- Fiction.
Depressions -- Fiction.
Textbooks -- Publishing.
Traveling sales personnel.
- George Brush tries to save some souls in Texas and Oklahoma
Doremus Blodgett and Margie McCoy
Thoughts on arriving at the age of twenty-three
Brush draws his savings from the bank
His criminal record: Incarceration No. 2
The adventure in the barn
Margie McCoy gives some advice
Good times at Camp Morgan
Dick Roberts' nightmares
Dinner with Mississippi Corey
Further good times at Camp Morgan
Important conversation with a girl named Jessie Mayhew
Dick Roberts' nightmares concluded
George Brush refuses some money
First word of Father Pasziewski
George Brush drunk and disorderly
Sunday dinner at Ma Crofut's
More news of Father Pasziewski
A moment of dejection in a Kansas City hospital
Three adventures of varying educational importance: the evangelist; the medium; first steps in ahimsa
The courting of Roberta Weyerhauser
Rhoda May Gruber
Mrs. Efrim's hold-up man
George Brush's criminal record: Incarceration No. 3
George Brush meets a great man and learns something of importance about himself
A road in Missouri
Chiefly conversation, including the account of a religious conversion
George Brush again sins against ahimsa
Serious conversation in a park
Practically an American home
George Brush loses something
Last news of Father Pasziewski
Thoughts on arriving at the age of twenty-four.
- Penn Provenance:
- Gotham Book Mart (former owner) (Gotham Book Mart Collection copies 1 & 2)
- Penn Chronology:
- Gotham Book Mart Collection (University of Pennsylvania)
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