American Dreams: Feminist Fiction?s Rumble in the Jungle
1922—Babbitt by Sinclair Lewis 1932—Tobacco Road by Erskine Caldwell 1942—A Time to Be Born by Dawn Powell 1952—Invisible Man by Ralph Ellison 1962—One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest by Ken Kesey 1972—The Stepford Wives by Ira Levin
Harvey Mackay: Practice, practice, practice — perfectly
Novelist Sinclair Lewis didn't mince words. Once, he was giving a lecture at Columbia University on the subject of writing. "How many here are really serious about being writers?" he asked the audience. Almost everyone in the audience raised their hand.
Dead, and a Rival: A Review of The Lazarus Effect
To epitomize the experience of watching The Lazarus Effect, then, imagine a new film adaptation of Sinclair Lewis's Arrowsmith (1925) in which Dr. Martin Arrowsmith, after years of quiet, painstaking medical research, somehow makes a mistake and ends ...
COMMENTARY: Alcohol has fueled countless writers
Cherry Hill Courier Post
•Sinclair Lewis, 65, same as above. Note: Can it be that the flesh is such a poor container of exalted spirits like poets and writers? That these lofty spirits are eager to be free from the flesh? An attempt to explain the high mortality of many ...