Go East, young man : Sinclair Lewis on class in America

by Lewis, Sinclair, 1885-1951,

Format: Print Book 2005
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CLP - Main Library First Floor - Paperback Fiction PAPERBACK Lewis
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A brand-new collection of Sinclair Lewis's prolific body of short fiction, focusing on the author's primary concerns: the issue of class, work and money in America.
Letter to the Pulitzer Prize Committee (1926)
Self-portrait (1927)
Unpublished introduction to Babbitt (1922)
Things (1919)
The Willow Walk (1918)
Land (1931)
Young man Axelbrod (1917)
Go East, young man (1930)
Moths in the arc light (1919)
Speed (1919)
The hack driver (1923)
He had a brother (1929)
A letter from the queen (1929)
I'm a stranger here myself (1916)
Ring around a Rosy (1931).

Additional Information
Subjects Social classes -- Fiction.
Social classes -- United States.
Publisher New York :Signet Classics,2005
Contributors Parry, Sally E., editor.
Language English
Description xvii, 329 pages ; 18 cm
Bibliography Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 327-329). .
ISBN 0451529677 (mass market)
9780451529671 (mass market)
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