The Gates of Aulis is the first novel by the American writer Gladys Schmitt (1909–1972) set in a fictional version of 1940s Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The novel tells the story of Carl Hasselmann and his sister Ellie, provincial, super-sensitive Americans who wrestle with existential questions.

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  • The Gates of Aulis is the first novel by the American writer Gladys Schmitt (1909–1972) set in a fictional version of 1940s Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The novel tells the story of Carl Hasselmann and his sister Ellie, provincial, super-sensitive Americans who wrestle with existential questions. (en)
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  • The Gates of Aulis is the first novel by the American writer Gladys Schmitt (1909–1972) set in a fictional version of 1940s Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The novel tells the story of Carl Hasselmann and his sister Ellie, provincial, super-sensitive Americans who wrestle with existential questions. (en)
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