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Work Of Art [KINDLE] ❃ Work Of Art By Sinclair Lewis – Centrumpowypadkowe.co.uk In WORK OF ART three generations of the Weagle family grow up in and work for boarding houses, inns and hotels Focus is on two brothers, Myron and Ora, of the second generation Poetic, ethereal Ora co In Work Of Art three generations of the Weagle family grow up in and work for boarding houses, inns and hotels Focus is on two brothers, Myron and Ora, of the second generation Poetic, ethereal Ora could not wait to escape hotel drudgery, though never too proud to ask plodding Myron for moneySinclair Lewis, as always, tells Work Of Kindle - a great yarn this time about the ups and downs in a rising America s unending pursuit of craftsmanship and material success.

  • Paperback
  • Work Of Art
  • Sinclair Lewis
  • English
  • 04 May 2019
  • 0404201598

About the Author: Sinclair Lewis

Awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature in for his vigorous and graphic art of description and his ability to create, with wit and humor, new types of characters His works are known for their insightful and critical views of American capitalism and materialism between the wars He is also respected for his strong characterizations of modern Work Of Kindle - working women HL Mencken wrote of him, If there was ever a novelist among us with an authentic call to the tradeit is this red haired tornado from the Minnesota wilds.



10 thoughts on “Work Of Art

  1. R.K. Cowles R.K. Cowles says:

    3 1 2 stars

  2. Ethan Campbell Ethan Campbell says:

    Interesting look at the hotel business in the early 20th century If you re just getting into Sinclair Lewis, you should read a few others before this one Main Street, Babbitt, Elmer Gantry in particular It s in the same vein as Babbitt, in that it s not exactly plot filled, butof a sociological study that looks at this unexplored part of American culture from multiple angles.

  3. Steve Steve says:

    Another great ok, really good read from my fave, Sinclair Lewis.

  4. Murray Murray says:

    Probably my least favorite Sinclair Lewis book, but still a good read There s not much of a plot, just Myron Weagle s desire to own the holy grail of hotels This little known novel, from 1934, is still a fun read and well representative of Lewis s world that echoes from novel to novel Main Street is still my favorite Lewis novel.

  5. John Marr John Marr says:

    Definietely one of Lewis s lesser works written to keep the metaphorical pot aboil All the usual Lewisian style and characters in this portrait of a hotelier, but none of the satire For fans only.

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