9781589661561

Sinclair Lewis : A Descriptive Bibliography

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    9781589661561

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    1589661567

  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2009-07-15
  • Publisher: Univ of Chicago Pr
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Summary

Sinclair Lewis, celebrated author ofBabbittandMain Street, wrote more than twenty novels in the course of his prolific career, most of which went through several editions over the years. This is the definitive descriptive bibliography of the Lewis catalog, now available with a new biographical essay and dozens of additional entries. A full chapter is devoted to each novel, including close-up photos of covers and spines as well as comprehensive information about original publishers, prices, print runs, and bindings. Stephen R. Pastore's book will be an invaluable book collector's and scholar's guide to the identification of original Lewis volumes.

Author Biography

Stephen R. Pastore is an avid book collector and literary scholar. He is the author of Never on these Shores.
 
 
 

Table of Contents

Introductionp. vii
The Books
Hike and the Aeroplane-(1912)p. 1
Our Mr. Wrenn - (1914)p. 11
The Trail of the Hawk-(1915)p. 19
The Job-(1914)p. 27
The Innocents-(1917)p. 35
Free Air-(1919)p. 43
Main Street-{1920)p. 51
Babbitt-(1922)p. 65
Arrowsmith First Edition; Limited Edition-(1925)p. 75
Arrowsmith First Trade Edition; Second Edition-(1925)p. 83
John Dos Passos' "ManhattanTransfer"-(1926)p. 91
Mantrap-(1926)p. 97
Elmer Gantry-(1927)p. 105
The Man Who Knew Coolidge-(1928)p. 125
Dodsworth-(1929)p. 123
Keep Out of the Kitchen-(1929)p. 133
Cheap and Contented Labor-(1929)p. 139
Sinclair Lewis on The Valley of the Moon-(1932)p. 145
Launcelot-(1932)p. 151
Ann Vickers-(1933)p. 159
Work of Art-(1934)p. 167
Jayhawker-(1935)p. 175
Selected Short Stories of Sinclair Lewis-1932)p. 183
It Can't Happen Here-(1935)p. 191
It Can't Happen Here: A New Version-(1935)p. 199
The Prodigal Parents-(1938)p. 205
Bethel Merriday-(1940)p. 213
Gideon Planish-(1943)p. 221
Cass Timberlane-(1945)p. 229
Kingsblood Royal-(1947)p. 237
Kingsblood Royal Limited Edition-(1947)p. 245
The God-Seeker-(1949)p. 251
World So Wide-(1951)p. 259
From Main Street to Stockholm Letters of Sinclair Lewis 1919-1930-(1949)p. 267
A Sinclair Lewis Reader The Man from Main Street Selected Essays and Other Writings 1904-1950-(1053)p. 275
Tennis As I Play IT by Maurice McLoughlin -(1915)p. 283
Collected Works
The Complete Works of Sinclair Lewis in 24 Volumes-(1984)p. 295
The Ephemera
Why Sinclair Lewis Got the Nobel Prize by Erik Axel Karlfeldt and Address by Sinclair Lewis-(1930)p. 301
A Letter to the Critics-(1931)p. 302
Our Literary Ambassador-(1931)p. 303
Miscellaney
Dustwrappersp. 307
Reprintsp. 309
Signatures, Inscriptions and Association Copiesp. 311
Miscellaneous Photographsp. 313
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