Franklin library: SINCLAIR LEWIS: ARROWSMITH: PULITZER PRIZE 1926: MINNESOTA

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Year Printed 1987

Country/Region Of Manufacture United States

Topic Doctor in rural Minnesota

Binding Leather

Region Minnesota

Illustrator K. Wendy Popp

Author Sinclair Lewis

Subject Literature & Fiction

Language English

Character Family Dr. Martin Arrowsmith

Publisher Franklin Library Pulitzer Prize series

Special Attributes Luxury Edition

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Franklin Library leather edition of Sinclair Lewis' "Arrowsmith," Illustrated by Ben F. Stahl, a Limited edition, one of the PULITZER PRIZE CLASICS series, published in 1987. Bound in brown leather, the book has marbled paper end leaves, acid-free paper, a satin book marker, Symth-sewn binding, hubbed spine, gold gilding on three edges---in FINE condition. Harry Sinclair Lewis, who lived from 1885 – 1951, was an American novelist, short story writer, and playwright. In 1930, he became the first writer from the United States to receive the NOBEL PRIZE in LITERATURE. "Arrowsmith" deals with the culture of science; the novel tells the story of bright and scientifically minded Martin Arrowsmith as he makes his way from a small town in the Midwest to the upper echelons of the scientific community. Along the way Martin experiences medical school, private practice as the only doctor in tiny Wheatsylvania, NORTH DAKOTA, various stints as regional health official, and the lure of high-paying hospital jobs. 523 pages. I offer Combined shipping.

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