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Sinclair Lewis

On this day in 1885 was born Sinclair Lewis, the first American writer who won the Nobel Prize (1930). Four years before receiving the Nobel Prize has refused to receive the Pulitzer Prize. Then he said he refused to see her because she “seduces writer quest for excellence in literature, because he has been  random whims of the commission.” His work is a condemnation of materialism and petty bourgeois way of life, but his attention was focused on issues related to the status of women, race and helpless in a society that makes his books still relevant. His novel “It is impossible here” from 1935 again became topical in the US in 2016, and was published in our country in 2018.

This dystopian novel is the story of how it would look if fascism came to America, and that the potential for a real dictatorship in American politics. Sinclair Lewis studied at the prestigious Yale University and editor of the literary magazine. For summer vacation after the first year of study cattle sailing boat from America to England, a second year in Panama, where he worked on the digging of canals. Then he went to New York and trying to make a living from writing. After obtaining a diploma in 1908, working in various magazines throughout the United States and published his first book.

The rest of his life were spent mostly in New York and Europe, and died in Rome in 1951. His works have been screened in Hollywood as much as 24 times. The rest of his life were spent mostly in New York and Europe, and died in Rome in 1951. His works have been screened in Hollywood as much as 24 times. The rest of his life were spent mostly in New York and Europe, and died in Rome in 1951. His works have been screened in Hollywood as much as 24 times.

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