e-books in Sinclair Lewis (Literary Fiction) category
by Sinclair Lewis , 1951
The novel regards the life of Hayden Chart, a typical American living in Colorado during the post WWII years. Chart's seemingly perfect life is suddenly shattered by the death of his wife in an accident, for which cannot help but feel guilty.
by Sinclair Lewis - Harper & Brothers , 1915
The Trail of the Hawk, by Sinclair Lewis, is the chronicle of an inveterate Rolling Stone. Carl Ericson, a born rebel against conventions, finds himself from boyhood up at war with the combined forces of family, school and society.
by Sinclair Lewis - Feedbooks , 226
This cheerful little road novel is about Claire Boltwood, who, in the early days of the 20th century, travels by automobile from New York City to the Pacific Northwest, where she falls in love with a nice, young man and gives up her snobbish Estate.
by Sinclair Lewis - eBooks@Adelaide , 2010
A classic American novel by the American novelist and playwright who, in 1930, became the first American to win the Nobel Prize for literature. He was a social critic who punctured American complacency with his widely popular satirical novels.
by Sinclair Lewis - eBooks@Adelaide , 2004
This novel is about a man of prominance in a Northern Minnesota city who suddenly finds out he is descended from a Negro. He goes through a transformation of perspective on racial issues. In time, he declares himself publicly to be a 'Negro'.
by Sinclair Lewis - Harcourt , 1922
Prosperous and socially prominent, George Babbitt appears to have everything. But when a personal crisis forces the middle-aged real estate agent to reexamine his life, Babbitt mounts a rebellion that jeopardizes everything he values.
by Sinclair Lewis - Harcourt , 1920
Carol leaves big city to follow man she loves to a place she is in no way suited to, and ends up feeling trapped among people she despises. She tries to change the town, she tries to change herself, and when all else fails she tries to have an affair.