3 edition of Sinclair Lewis found in the catalog.
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|Pagination||xvi, 111 p. :|
|Number of Pages||56|
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Thirty-seventh annual report of the Trustees of the Northampton Lunatic Hospital, for the year ending September 30, 1892
His biographer, Mark Schorer, describes him as a major force in the liberating of twentieth century American literature. Babbitt's best friend, Paul, is similarly haunted by unfulfilled dreams.
"It's one of our favorite American myths that broad plains necessarily make broad minds, and high mountains make high purpose. What I did not know about teaching the deaf would have included the entire subject, but that did not vastly matter, as my position was so insignificant that it included typing hundreds of letters every week begging for funds for the magazine and, on days when the Negro janitress did not appear, sweeping out the office.
There were wires from friends, of course, from publishers, and from reviewers; but the interesting list is made up of the writers who were impelled to congratulate: from France, only Paul Morand; from Germany, only Lion Feuchtwanger; from the United States, Louis Bromfield, Lynn Montross, Owen Johnson a Barnard neighborVincent Sinclair Lewis, Carl Van Vechten, W.
"All of Us at 46: The Making of Sinclair Lewis' Babbitt," Journal of Modern Literature 18, no. Do you see men wearing suits every day during their leisure time? 1918: "Gladvertising",October 7, 1918• 1943: "Green Eyes—A Handbook of Jealousy", Cosmopolitan, September and October 1943 The Short Stories of Sinclair Lewis 1904—1949 [ ] Samuel J. The following year, Edwin Lewis married Isabel Sinclair Lewis, whose company young Lewis apparently enjoyed.
Wikiquote has quotations related to: has original text related to this article:. 1907: "That Passage in Isaiah", The Blue Mule, May 1907• The village-virus syndrome was a Sinclair Lewis of a certain period of U. As soon as he receives his first pulpit, he becomes sexually involved with a young girl. While Lewis was still writing about the period of transition from exciting frontier life to small-town boredom, the United States rapidly proceeded to new phases, to radically different and exciting experiences.
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Melancholy, too, was the break that Lewis had made with Harcourt, Brace and Company just before he left Berlin.
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