Early Autumn is Louis Bromfield’s masterful Pulitzer Prize winning novel, which gives an insightful look into the struggles and extravagance of everyday life in Jazz Age America. After twenty years of inexplicable absence, Sabine Callendar returns to her hometown of Durham, New England. Equipped with a fiery personality, a strong-will, and an 18-year-old daughter ready to present to society, Sabine is not the downtrodden woman her family expected her to be. But Sabine is not the only member of the family to return home this autumn, and Durham is soon filled with secrets. First published in 1926, Louis Bromfield won the Pulitzer Prize for Early Autumn in 1927. This volume would make the perfect addition to the bookshelves of those who love Jazz Age literature.