Sinclair Lewis : rebel from Main Street /
"The critic Edmund Wilson called Sinclair Lewis "one of the national poets." In the 1920s, Lewis fired off a fusillade of sensational novels, exploding American shibboleths with a volatile mixture of caricature and photographic realism. With an unerring eye for the American scene and...
|Published:||New York : Random House, ©2002.|
|Related Information:||Booknotes episode and transcript Program air date: March 10, 2002|
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