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Book description penguin putnam inc, united states,. Language: english. " the novel that foreshadowed donald trump' s authoritarian appeal. " lewis sinclair book - - salon it can' t happen here is the only one of sinclair lewis' s later novels to match the power of main street, babbitt, and arrowsmith. It is the presidential election of 1936. America has just elected berzelius windrip to the presidency, and his popularity gives way as lewis sinclair book his lewis sinclair book fascist lewis sinclair book policies turn the u. Into a totalitarian state as he strives to cleanse america of welfare cheats, promiscuity, crime and liberal media. Biographical note. American novelist and playwright, and the first american author to be awarded the nobel prize in literature. The award reflected his ground- breaking work in the 1920s lewis sinclair book on books such as main street, babbitt, and arrowsmith.
The online books page. Sinclair lewis ( lewis, sinclair, a wikipedia article about this author is available. Lewis, sinclair, : arrowsmithtext in australia; no us access). Sinclair lewis ( lewis sinclair book febru - 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 lewis sinclair book a diary. Project gutenberg offers 60, 645 free ebooks for kindle, ipad, nook, android, and iphone. Books by lewis, sinclair ( sorted by popularity) - project gutenberg books by lewis, sinclair ( sorted by popularity). About the author. Sinclair lewis, the first american novelist to be awarded the nobel prize in literature, was born on febru. The son of a country doctor, he grew up in lewis sinclair book his birthplace of sauk centre, minnesota, the prairie village that inspired many of his acerbic portrayals of american life and manners. Arrowsmith is a novel by american author sinclair lewis, first published in 1925.
It won the 1926 pulitzer prize ( which lewis declined). Lewis was lewis sinclair book greatly assisted in its preparation by science writer paul de kruif, who received 25% of the royalties on sales, although lewis was listed as the sole author.