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A Sinclair Lewis reader

Sinclair Lewis

A Sinclair Lewis reader

the man from Main Street : selected essays and other writings, 1904-1950

by Sinclair Lewis

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Published by Random House in New York .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementedited by Harry E. Maule and Melville H. Cane, assisted by Philip Allan Friedman.
ContributionsCane, Melville, 1879-, Maule, Harry Edward, 1886-
The Physical Object
Pagination371 p.
Number of Pages371
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16851852M

Sinclair Lewis, celebrated author of Babbitt and Main Street, wrote more than twenty novels in the course of his prolific career, most of which went through several editions over the years. This is the definitive descriptive bibliography of the Lewis catalog, now available with a new biographical essay and dozens of additional entries. A full chapter is devoted to each novel, including close. Find A Sinclair Lewis Reader - the Man From Main Street by Lewis, Sinclair at Biblio. Uncommonly good collectible and rare books from uncommonly good booksellers.

"Sinclair Lewis is nothing," Hemingway pronounced in his testamental "Green Hills of Africa," and a certain attic dust of datedness, as on quickly obsolete gadgetry, began to gather on Lewis's.   “It Can’t Happen Here,” which came out in , was a frightening book written for frightening times. Sinclair Lewis published the novel as Adolf Hitler was making Germany great again.

  Free Air, Lewis' novel adapted from a magazine serial, is the story of Claire Boltwood, a Brooklyn society girl. In a fit of indecision over marriage to a young man of promising prospects called Jeff Saxton, Claire has lured her father, the overworked Henry Boltwood, to one of his company's outposts in Minneapolis. Once there,. It's funny, because I've seen this book or others by the author many times at the book store, and always had the feeling that his books were dull and boring. With this review, I may consider this one, or, I believe I own The Jungle. We'll see. But I'm glad to now know what type of .


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A Sinclair Lewis reader by Sinclair Lewis Download PDF EPUB FB2

Over the past few weeks, I've enjoyed Sinclair Lewis' novel 'Elmer Gantry' (as an audio book, beautifully read by Anthony Heald) and it took me a while to figure out why. Published inthis is the story of a 'professional good man', a preacher and pastor in those first /5(60).

Masterfully written and utterly engaging, "Martin Arrowsmith" is recommended for the discerning reader, and is a must-have for collectors of Lewis's work. It was awarded the Pulitzer Prize inbut Sinclair refused to accept the award.

Harry Sinclair Lewis ( - ) was an American novelist, short-story writer, and playwright. Sinclair Lewis ( – ) Sinclair Lewis (February 7, - Janu ) was an American novelist and playwright.

Born Harry Sinclair Lewis in Sauk Centre, Minnesota, he began reading books at a young age and kept a diary. A dreamer, at age 13 he unsuccessfully ran away from home, wanting to become a drummer boy in the Spanish-American War. Amidst Sinclair Lewis s many remarkable novels are more than a hundred short stories which he wrote over forty-four years.

Selected Short Stories contains those selected by Lewis himself for a edition and illustrates the wide range of his art and interest: tales of romantic fantasy or escape, melodramas of heroic or mock-heroic adventure, boy-meets-girl stories,4/5.

Harry Sinclair Lewis (7th February, – 10th January, ) was the first American to win A Sinclair Lewis reader book Nobel Prize for Literature in "for his vigorous and graphic art of description and his ability to create, with wit and humour, new types of characters.".

Free Air has instantly become one of my favorite love stories, and hopefully the start of a great literary romance with Lewis' works. A special thank you to Steven Michels' essay on Public Domain Review, "American Freedom: Sinclair Lewis and the Open Road," for introducing me to the book and linking me to a PDF of the original printing/5.

This conformist man is exactly who Sinclair Lewis wanted to show the reader, a man who’s life is based on the ideals and standards of others. “Villages-overgrown towns-three -quarters of a million people still dressing, eating, building houses, attending church, to make an impression on their neighbors.” (Lewis).

The Jungle is a novel by the American journalist and novelist Upton Sinclair (–). Sinclair wrote the novel to portray the harsh conditions and exploited lives of immigrants in the United States in Chicago and similar industrialized cities.

His primary purpose in describing the meat industry and its working conditions was to advance socialism in the United : Upton Sinclair. Widely considered one of Sinclair Lewis' finest novels, Arrowsmith was awarded the Pulitzer Prize.

Lewis, however, refused the award, commenting "All prizes are dangerous" (despite his later acceptance of the Nobel Prize for Literature). The book follows Martin Arrowsmith from his small American town to his place at the pinnacle of the.

The son of a country doctor, Harry Sinclair Lewis (–) was born in Sauk Centre, Minnesota. His childhood and early youth were spent in the Midwest, and later he attended Yale University, where he was editor of the literary magazine.4/5(32).

The Fight for Life: Great Stories from the Exciting World of Medicine by Morton Thompson, Jurgen Thorwald, William A. Nolen, Arthur Hailey, Ronald J. Glasser, Sinclair Lewis and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Sinclair Lewis sat and looked at Bowen of the I.N.S.

for a long time. Then he got up from his chair, walked around the desk and faced the rest of us. Someone drew Bowen aside, and the others took Author: Mark Schorer.

Author Sinclair Lewis had some exposure to the medical profession early in his life through his father, who was a country doctor. Yet, even with some personal exposure, it's amazing how much of the idealism and cynicism, evident in modern physician practice, Lewis portrays in his pulitizer prize winning book, "Arrowsmith".Cited by: 1.

Lewis released them." Sinclair Lewis (), was born in Sauk Centre, Minne-sota, and graduated from Yale in ; in he became the first American recipient of the Nobel Prize in Literature.

Main Street () was his first critical and commercial success. Advice for first time readers of Sinclair Lewis: Start with Main Street. I started with Babbitt, a worthy novel, but inferior to Main Street. They share a nimble, though often heavy handed touch of irony, and good characterization; and Mr.

Lewis' trenchant social commantary is present in all know the story: Carol Kennicott (nee Milford), educated at tiny Blodgett College, wants action Cited by: 7.

Sinclair Lewis as reader and critic. [Martin Bucco] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Sinclair Lewis; Sinclair Lewis; Sinclair Lewis: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Martin Bucco.

Find more information about: ISBN: X. Free Air By: Sinclair Lewis () This road trip novel is set in the early twentieth century and follows the experiences of an aristocratic New Englander and her father as they travel by automobile from Minneapolis to Seattle.4/5(2).

His very first book was a children's book published in titled "Hank and the Aeroplane" that he rarely mentioned and downplayed throughout his life.

Lewis's first successful novel was 's "Main Street," followed two years later by "Babbitt," which solidified his reputation as a force in : Greenwood Cemetery, Sauk Centre. Main Street by Sinclair Lewis in DJVU, EPUB, FB3 download e-book.

Welcome to our site, dear reader. All content included on our site, such as text, images, digital downloads and other, is the property of it's content suppliers and protected by US and international copyright laws%(). Free download of Babbitt by Sinclair Lewis. Available in PDF, ePub and Kindle. Read, write reviews and more.

By: Sinclair Lewis () First Page: BABBITT. By Sinclair Lewis. To Edith Wharton. BABBITT. CHAPTER I. THE towers of Zenith aspired above the morning mist; austere towers of steel and cement and limestone, sturdy as cliffs and delicate as silver rods.4/5(1).

Main Street, by Sinclair Lewis, is part of the Barnes & Noble Classics series, which offers quality editions at affordable prices to the student and the general reader, including new scholarship, thoughtful design, and pages of carefully crafted extras.

Here are some of the remarkable features of Barnes & Noble Classics. New introductions commissioned from today's top writers and scholars/5().Babbitt is a novel by Sinclair Lewis.

Largely a satire of American culture, society, and behavior, it critiques the vacuity of middle-class American life and its pressure on individuals toward conformity. Source: Lewis, S. () Babbitt New York: Harcourt, Brace & Co.

Chapter 1 .