Sinclair lewis remembered scharnhorst gary scharnhorst gary hofer matthew hofer matthew. Sinclair Lewis Remembered, Gary Scharnhorst (Edited ) Matthew Hofer (Edited ) 2019-01-25

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Sinclair Lewis Remembered American Writers Remembered by Gary Scharnhorst Editor , Matthew Hofer Editor , Gary Scharnhorst Introduction , Matthew Hofer Introduction , Gary Scharnhor Contributor , Matthew Hofer Contributor 9780817317720 Get Textbooks New Textbooks Used Textbooks College Textbooks - GetTextbooks. Bohemia : 1908-19 -- pt. Katonah : 1925-26 -- pt. The E-mail message field is required. After a troubled career as a student at Yale, Sinclair Lewis turned to literature as his livelihood, publishing numerous works of popular fiction that went unnoticed by critics. Series Title: Responsibility: edited by Gary Scharnhorst and Matthew Hofer.

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With the 1920s, however, came Main Street, Lewis's first critical success, which was soon followed by Babbitt, Arrowsmith, Elmer Gantry, and Dodsworth - five of the most influential social novels in the history of American letters, all written within one decade. Trinity University, San Antonio, Tex. After a troubled career as a student at Yale, Sinclair Lewis turned to literature as his livelihood, publishing numerous works of popular fiction that went unnoticed by critics. Writers such as Theodore Dreiser, William Faulkner, and Thomas Mann expressed their dissent with the decision. He moved restlessly around the country—a cottage in Stockbridge, a hotel apartment in New York, then one in Hollywood, a huge duplex on Central Park West, a city mansion that had once belonged to a millionaire in Duluth in his home state, and finally the great house called Thorvale Farm near Williamstown.

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Grub street : 1932-29 -- pt. Mencken, John Hersey, Hallie Flanagan, and many others. After a troubled career as a student at Yale, Sinclair Lewis turned to literature as his livelihood, publishing numerous works of popular fiction that went unnoticed by critics. English and Economics Selected Publications: The Shoshoneans: People of the Basin Plateau, Expanded edition, text by Ed Dorn, photographs by Leroy Lucas, foreword by Simon J. Unable to match his previous success, Lewis suffered from alcoholism, alienated colleagues, and embraced unpopular political positions. The new book's distinctive achievement is that it brings readers close to a wide range of commentators, many of them very perceptive, who had the advantage of observing this important American novelist during his lifetime. The multiple and varied perspectives found in Sinclair Lewis Remembered, edited by Gary Scharnhorst and Matthew Hofer, illustrate uncompromised glimpses of a complicated writer who should not be forgotten.

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Sinclair Lewis Remembered (American Writers Remembered) by Gary Scharnhorst (Editor), Matthew Hofer (Editor), Gary Scharnhorst (Introduction), Matthew Hofer (Introduction), Gary Scharnhor (Contributor), Matthew Hofer (Contributor)

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Recent scholarly research has seen a resurgence of interest in Lewis and his writings. Bookmark Creator Subjects ; ; Summary Sinclair Lewis Remembered is a collection of reminiscences and memoirs by contemporaries, friends, and associates of Lewis that offers a revealing and intimate portrait of this complex and significant Nobel Prize-winning American writer. Matthew Hofer is an associate professor of English at the University of New Mexico. Paris : 1925 -- pt. Writers such as Theodore Dreiser, William Faulkner, and Thomas Mann expressed their dissent with the decision. Writers such as Theodore Dreiser, William Faulkner, and Thomas Mann expressed their dissent with the decision.

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NEW Sinclair Lewis Remembered by Gary Scharnhorst

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Each work drew from the Midwestern sensibilities Lewis recalled from his childhood, and introduced new terms into the contemporary lexicon, such as Main Streeter and Babbittry. All but his close friends he drove away from him, for he could not endure the casual, inane remarks that pass for conversation among most people. Recent scholarly research has seen a resurgence of interest in Lewis and his writings. Contents: Sauk centre: 1885-1903 -- New Haven and New Jersey: 1903-8 -- Bohemia: 1908-19 -- Main street: 1919-21 -- Zenith: 1921-22 -- Hartford and England: 1922-25 -- Paris: 1925 -- Katonah: 1925-26 -- Kansas City to Berlin: 1926-27 -- At large: 1928-30 -- Stockholm: 1930-31 -- Grub street: 1932-39 -- The slough of despond: 1939-45 -- Thorvale farm: 1946-49 -- World so wide: 1949-51. Matthew Hofer is an associate professor of English at the University of New Mexico. Kansas City to Berlin : 1926-27 -- pt. Sinclair Lewis Remembered is a collection of reminiscences and memoirs by contemporaries, friends, and associates of Lewis that offers a revealing and intimate portrait of this complex and significant Nobel Prize-winning American writer.

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He is the author or editor of more than thirty books and editor of the journal American Literary Realism. The more than 115 contributions to this volume include reminiscences by Upton Sinclair, Edna Ferber, Alfred Harcourt, Samuel Putnam, H. Recent scholarly research has seen a resurgence of interest in Lewis and his writings. The more than 115 contributions to this volume include reminiscences by Upton Sinclair, Edna Ferber, Alfred Harcourt, Samuel Putnam, H. Writers such as Theodore Dreiser, William Faulkner, and Thomas Mann expressed their dissent with the decision.

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With the 1920s, however, came Main Street, Lewis's first critical success, which was soon followed by Babbitt, Arrowsmith, El. The multiple and varied perspectives found in Sinclair Lewis Remembered provide uncompromised glimpses of a complicated writer who should not be forgotten. University of Chicago, Chicago, Ill. The multiple and varied perspectives found in Remembering Sinclair Lewis, edited by Gary Scharnhorst and Matthew Hofer, illustrate uncompromised glimpses of a complicated writer who should not be forgotten. Mencken, John Hersey, Hallie Flanagan, and many others. The nadir for Lewis's literary reputation was Mark Schorer's 1961 biography, Sinclair Lewis: An American Life, which helped to legitimize the dismissal of Lewis's entire body of work. Stockholm : 1930-31 -- pt.

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For years he had been adding to his large collection of books, and I often wondered if what appeared to be his passion for large dwellings was not the result of wanting space and a background for his library. He has edited volumes on Ed Dorn 2013 , Sinclair Lewis 2012 , and Oscar Wilde 2009 , and has guest edited a special issue of The Langston Hughes Review 2009. The multiple and varied perspectives found in Sinclair Lewis Remembered, edited by Gary Scharnhorst and Matthew Hofer, illustrate uncompromised glimpses of a complicated writer who should not be forgotten. Recent scholarly research has seen a resurgence of interest in Lewis and his writings. The nadir for Lewis's literary reputation was Mark Schorer's 1961 biography Sinclair Lewis: An American Life, which helped to legitimize the dismissal of Lewis's entire body of work. . Matthew Hofer University of New Mexico Press, 2013 Sinclair Lewis Remembered, ed.

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