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Sinclair Lewis

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  • To paraphrase Sinclair Lewis, When the Robot Apocolypse comes to America, it will be wrapped in a WalMart bag and carring an iPhone.

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  • The book reminds me that, to paraphrase Sinclair Lewis, christo-fascism is happening here in America.

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  • Ardent progressives, both women tried to find love with men who were forward-thinking intellectuals and marvelous writers but who turned out to be miserable human beings—H.G. Wells in West's case and Sinclair Lewis in Thompson's.

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  • The writer and social commentator, Sinclair Lewis, upon receiving the Nobel Prize in 1930, said "in America most of us -- not readers alone, but even writers -- are still afraid of any literature which is not a glorification of everything American, a glorification of our faults as well as our virtues."

    Adrian Margaret Brune: Tulsa's Ghosts of Leadership Past

  • Elmer Gantry was the lead character of a Sinclair Lewis novel, a con man turned evangelical preacher.

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  • But when asked in an NBC radio interview what she thought of another Minnesota writer, Sinclair Lewis, and his harsh portrayal of life in small towns like her own, she dismissed him with these words: I liked 'Main Street' very much, but that was the last good book Lewis wrote.

    Al Eisele: How I Became a New York Celebrity 75 Years Ago

  • The writer and social commentator, Sinclair Lewis, upon receiving the Nobel Prize in 1930, said "in America most of us -- not readers alone, but even writers -- are still afraid of any literature which is not a glorification of everything American, a glorification of our faults as well as our virtues."

    Adrian Margaret Brune: Tulsa's Ghosts of Leadership Past

  • The writer and social commentator, Sinclair Lewis, upon receiving the Nobel Prize in 1930, said "in America most of us -- not readers alone, but even writers -- are still afraid of any literature which is not a glorification of everything American, a glorification of our faults as well as our virtues."

    Adrian Margaret Brune: Tulsa's Ghosts of Leadership Past

  • But when asked in an NBC radio interview what she thought of another Minnesota writer, Sinclair Lewis, and his harsh portrayal of life in small towns like her own, she dismissed him with these words: I liked 'Main Street' very much, but that was the last good book Lewis wrote.

    Al Eisele: How I Became a New York Celebrity 75 Years Ago

  • The writer and social commentator, Sinclair Lewis, upon receiving the Nobel Prize in 1930, said "in America most of us -- not readers alone, but even writers -- are still afraid of any literature which is not a glorification of everything American, a glorification of our faults as well as our virtues."

    Adrian Margaret Brune: Tulsa's Ghosts of Leadership Past

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