Sinclair Lewis (1885 - 1951)
Sinclair's novels cleverly commented on society, from hypocrisy to the pursuit of wealth and status. He abused alcohol till his lonely death in 1951.
"His central characters are the pioneer, the doctor, the scientist, the businessman, and the feminist. The appeal of his best fiction lies in the opposition between his idealistic protagonists and an array of fools, charlatans, and scoundrels - evangelists, editorialists, pseudo-artists, cultists, and boosters."
- Martin Light, The Quixotic Vision of Sinclair Lewis
Sinclair's Nobel Lecture
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Advertising is a valuable economic factor because it is the cheapest way of selling goods, particularly if the goods are worthless.
Intellectually, I know that America is no better than any other country; emotionally I know she is better than every other country.
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