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by Barbara Caruso,Sinclair Lewis
Author: Barbara Caruso,Sinclair Lewis
Publisher: Recorded Books; Unabridged edition (December 1, 1996)
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Sinclair Lewis (Author), Barbara Caruso (Narrator), Recorded Books (Publisher). Main Street really captures the aura of small town America, especially middle Minnesota. The real life Gopher Prairie is Sauk Centre, Minnesota
Sinclair Lewis (Author), Barbara Caruso (Narrator), Recorded Books (Publisher). Get this audiobook plus a second, free. The real life Gopher Prairie is Sauk Centre, Minnesota. It's an interesting place to visit, as the main street there has now been renamed Sinclair Lewis Boulevard. 34 people found this helpful.
American Literature, Classics, Romance, Fiction, Novels, Satire, Modern Classics, Literary Fiction, General Fiction, 20th Century, Great American Read, Adult Fiction, Adult, 1920s, Realistic Fiction. The first of Sinclair Lewis’s great successes, Main Street shattered the sentimental American myth of happy small-town life with its satire of narrow-minded provincialism. In college, she reads a book on village improvement in a sociology class and begins to dream of redesigning villages and towns.
Written by Sinclair Lewis. Narrated by Barbara Caruso. Publisher: Recorded Books AudioReleased: Jan 1, 1996ISBN: 1449802648Format: audiobook. its Main Street is the continuation of Main Streets everywhere. Sinclair Lewis’ perceptive tale has been a milestone in American literature since it was published in 1920. Conveying all the hope and optimism of a generation who sought to use their education and prosperity to make a more perfect country, his heroine still stands for the youthful exuberance of our nation.
3 3 5 Author: Sinclair Lewis Narrator: Barbara Caruso. Download books offline, listen to several books continuously, choose stories for your kids, or try out a book that you didn't thought you would like to listen to. With the first line of his novel, Sinclair Lewis captures an America on the brink of change. Main Street vividly draws the lines of tension between tradition and progress in ways that make them timeless, yet still new. Carol Milford, educated, sophisticated, and energetic, has ambitious plans for her life.
Main Street by. Sinclair Lewis, Barbara Caruso (Translation).
Main Street is a satirical novel written by Sinclair Lewis, and published in 1920. Satirizing small town life, Main Street is perhaps Sinclair Lewis's most famous book, and led in part to his eventual 1930 Nobel Prize for Literature. It relates the life and struggles of Carol Milford Kennicott in the small town of Gopher Prairie, Minnesota, as she comes into conflict with the small-town mentality of its residents. Highly acclaimed upon publication, Main Street remains a recognized American classic.
In writing Main Street, Sinclair Lewis paid little attention to formal plot development. Consequently the narrative presents a series of episodes rather than a tightly constructed plot
In writing Main Street, Sinclair Lewis paid little attention to formal plot development. Consequently the narrative presents a series of episodes rather than a tightly constructed plot. Carol Milford Kennicott, a graduate of "sanctimonious" Blodgett College, with a year of additional study in a Chicago library school, works as a librarian in St. Paul (Minnesota) for three years before her marriage to Dr. Will Kennicott, of Gopher Prairie. The story proper begins when, after a honeymoon in the Colorado mountains, the Kennicotts approach Gopher Prairie on the train. In the drab town are three thousand dull people, in a social strata ranging from Swede farmer to bank president.
Written by Sinclair Lewis, Audiobook narrated by Barbara Caruso. Babbitt (Dramatized). Narrated by: Ed Asner, Ed Begley J. Ted Danson, and others. Length: 12 hrs and 29 mins.
Main Street" put Sinclair Lewis on the world's literary map but Summit Avenue was also one of his addresses. Sinclair Lewis' former St. Paul home is for sale; Nobel Prize not included. He started to write and keep a diary, later writing numerous novels and several plays with insightful yet critical views of American society. Main Street (Barnes & Noble Classics Series)NOOK Book. Book Authors Literature Books American Literature Story Writer Book Writer Paperback Writer Elmer Gantry Sinclair Lewis Nobel Prize In Literature. Explore the best Sinclair Lewis quotes here at OpenQuotes.