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Miscellaneous Scholarly Works

Adamic, Louis. "'Red' Lewis." My America. New York: Harper and Brothers, 1938.

Anderson, David D. "Sinclair Lewis and the Midwestern Tradition." Sinclair Lewis at 100: Papers Presented at a Centennial
Converence
. Ed. Michael Connaughton. St. Cloud: St. Cloud State University, 1985. 253-65.

---. "Sinclair Lewis and the Nobel Prize." MidAmerica 8 (1981): 9-21.

Anderson, Sherwood. "Four American Impressions: Gertrude Stein, Paul Rosenfeld, Ring Lardner, Sinclair
Lewis." New Republic October 11, 1922: 171-73. Rpt. in Sinclair Lewis: A Collection of Critical Essays. Ed. Mark Schorer.

Englewood Cliffs: Prentice-Hall, 1966.

Atlas, James. "Speaking Ill of the Dead." New York Times Magazine November 6, 1988: 40-48.

Austin, Allen. "An Interview with Sinclair Lewis." University of Kansas City Review 24 (1958): 199-210.

Bain, David Haward. "A House and a Household." Kenyon Review 11 (1989): 86-99.

Beck, Warren. "How Good is Sinclair Lewis?" Critical Essays on Sinclair Lewis. Ed. Martin Bucco. Boston:
G. K. Hall, 1986. 95-103.

Belgion, Montgomery. "How Sinclair Lewis Works." Bookman 65 (January 1924): 195-96.

Benet, William Rose. "The Earlier Lewis." Saturday Review January20, 1934: 421-22.

Berg, Adelyne. "Sinclair Lewis and Rules." The Writer 74 (August 1961): 12-13, 37.

Bloom, Harold. Introduction. Sinclair Lewis. Modern Critical Views. Ed. Harold Bloom. New York: Chelsea House, 1987. 1-4.

Brune, Ruth E. "Sinclair Lewis." English Journal 44 (1955): 477-78.

Bucco, Martin, ed. Critical Essays on Sinclair Lewis. Boston: G. K. Hall, 1986.

---. "The Serialized Novels of Sinclair Lewis." Western American Literature 4 (1969): 29-37. Rpt. in
Sinclair Lewis. Modern Critical Views, ed. Harold Bloom, andCritical Essays on Sinclair Lewis. ed. Martin Bucco .

---. "Sinclair Lewis and 'The Greatest American Novelist.'" Willa Cather Pioneer Memorial Newsletter 29.1 (1985): 3-4.

---. "Sinclair Lewis, Max Besont, and Henry James." Henry James Review 13 (1992): 90-91.

---. "Sinclair Lewis's Newsweek Essays." Sinclair Lewis at 100: Papers Presented at a Centennial
Conference
. Ed. Michael Connaughton. St. Cloud: St. Cloud State University, 1985. 179-89.

---. "Sinclair Lewis on Authorship." Sinclair Lewis: New Essays in Criticism. Ed. James M. Hutchisson. Troy,
New York: Whitston, 1997. 173-84.

Bunge, Nancy L. "The Midwestern Novel: Walt Whitman Transplanted." Old Northwest 3 (1977): 275-87.

Chabris, Daniel D. "Sinclair Lewis: An Exhibition at the Grolier Club." Gazette of the Grolier Club N.S. 37 (1985): 45-82.

Coard, Robert. "Names in the Fiction of Sinclair Lewis." Georgia Review 16 (1962): 318-29.

Compton, Ida L. Sinclair Lewis at Thorvale Farm: A Personal Memoir. Sarasota: Ruggles Publishing, 1988.

Conroy, Stephen S. "Sinclair Lewis's Sociological Imagination." American Literature 42 (1970): 348-62.Rpt. in
Sinclair Lewis. Modern Critical Views., ed. Harold Bloom
.

Daniels, Howell. "Sinclair Lewis and the Drama of Dissociation." The American Novel and the Nineteen Twenties.

Eds. Malcom Bradbury and David Palmer. Stratford-Upon-Avon Studies 13. London: Edward Arnold, 1971. Rpt. in
Sinclair Lewis. Modern Critical Views., ed. Harold Bloom

Davis, Jack L. "Mark Schorer's Sinclair Lewis." Sinclair Lewis Newsletter 3 (1971): 3-9.

Davis, Mary Byrd. "Helicon Hall: An Experiment in Living." Kentucky Review 1.3 (1980): 29-51.

De Wagstaffe, W. "As Sinclair Sees the Rest of Them." New York Times Book Review and Magazine. May 29,
1921: 10, 30.

Davison, Richard Allan. "Sinclair Lewis, Charles G. Norris, and Kathleen Norriss: An Early Friendship." Modern
Fiction Studies
31 (1985): 503-10.

Dooley, D. J. The Art of Sinclair Lewis. Lincoln: U of Nebraska P, 1967.

Dupree, Ellen Phillips. "Wharton, Lewis and the Nobel Prize Address." American Literature 56 (1984): 262-
70.

Fleming, Robert E. "Recent Research on Sinclair Lewis." Modern Fiction Studies 31 (1985): 609-16.

---. "A Sinclair Lewis Checklist: 1976-1985." Sinclair Lewis at 100: Papers Presented at a Centennial
Conference
. Ed. Michael Connaughton. St. Cloud: St. Cloud State University, 1985. 267-70.

Fleming, Robert E., and Esther Fleming. Sinclair Lewis: A Reference Guide. Boston: G. K. Hall, 1980.

Forseth, Roger. "'Alcoholite at the Altar': Sinclair Lewis, Drink, and the Literary Imagination." Modern Fiction
Studies
31 (1985): 581-607.

---. "Can You Go Home Again? Sinclair Lewis: Main Street and Paris." Sinclair Lewis: New Essays in
Criticism
. Ed. James M.Hutchisson. Troy, New York: Whitston, 1997. 185-201.

---."From the Lewis Archives I." Sinclair Lewis Society Newsletter 3.2 (1995): 4-5.

---. "That First Infirmity of Noble Mind: Sinclair Lewis, Fame-and Drink." Sheffield (England): Sheffield
Academic Press, 1994. 216-24.

Grebstein, Sheldon N. Sinclair Lewis. New York: Twayne, 1962.

---. "Sinclair Lewis and the Nobel Prize."Western Humanities Review 13 (1959): 163-71.

---. "Sinclair Lewis's Unwritten Novel." Philological Quarterly 37 (1958): 400-09. Rpt. in

Critical Essays on Sinclair Lewis. ed. Martin Bucco.

Greene, Donald. "With Sinclair Lewis in Darkest Saskatchewan." Saskatchewan History 6 (1953): 47-52.

Guthrie, Ramon. "The 'Labor Novel' That Sinclair Lewis Never Wrote." New York Herald Tribune Book
Review
February 10, 1952): 1, 6.

---. "Sinclair Lewis and the 'Labor Novel.'" Proceedings of the American Academy of Arts and Letters
and the National Institute of Arts and Letters
(1952): 68-82.

Harkness, Samuel. "Sinclair Lewis's Sunday School Class." Christian Century 43 (July 29, 1926): 938-39.

Hersey, John. "First Job." Yale Review 76.2 (1987): 184-97.

Holtz, William. "Sinclair Lewis, Rose Wilder Lane, and the Midwestern Short Novel." Studies in Short Fiction
24 (1987): 41-48.

Hutchisson, James M. "Edith Wharton and Grace Lewis." Sinclair Lewis Society Newsletter 3.1 (1994): 5-6.

      ---, ed. Sinclair Lewis: New Essays in Criticism. Troy, NY: Whitson, 1997.

---. "Sinclair Lewis Manuscript Collections: A Descriptive Survey." Bulletin of Bibliography 52.3 (1995): 229- 39.

Katona, Anna B. "Sinclair Lewis: His Reputation in Hungary." Sinclair Lewis at 100: Papers Presented at
Centennial Conference
. Ed. Michael Connaughton. St. Cloud: St. Cloud State University, 1985. 65-73.

Kauffman, Bill. "Sinclair Lewis: It's a Grand Republic." America First! Its History, Culture, and Politics.
Amherst, NY: Prometheus, 1995. 117-27.

Kazin, Alfred. "The New Realism: Sherwood Anderson and Sinclair Lewis. In On Native Ground. New York:
Harcourt, Brace, 1942. Reprint, New York: Doubleday, 1956. Reprinted in Schorer, Critical Essays.

---. "Sinclair Lewis Revisted." Gazette of the Grolier Club N.S. 37 (1985): 6-20.

Kelley, Edith Summers. "Helicon Hall: An Experiment in Living." Ed. Mary Byrd Davis. Kentucky Review 1.3
(1980): 29-51.

Kiernan, Gerard Anthony. "Satire and Character Development in the Five Most Notable Novels of Sinclair
Lewis." Diss. St. John's University, 1987. DAI 47 (1987): 3427-3428A.

Killough, George, ed. Minnesota Diary, 1942-46, by Sinclair Lewis. Moscow: U of Idaho P, 2000.

---. "Sinclair Lewis's 'Minnesota Diary' and His Devotion to Thoreau." South Dakota Review 33.3-4 (1995): 218-27.

Koblas, John J., and Dave Page, eds. Selected Letters of Sinclair Lewis. Madison: Main Street Press, 1985.

Koblas, John J. Sinclair Lewis: Final Voyage. Madison: Main Street Press, 1985.

---. Sinclair Lewis: Home at Last. Bloomington, Minnesota: Voyageur, 1981.

Lewis, Grace Hegger. Half a Loaf. New York: Liveright, 1931.

---. "When Lewis Walked Down Main Street." New York Times Magazine, July 3, 1960, 3, 28-29.

---. With Love from Gracie: Sinclair Lewis, 1912-1925. New York: Harcourt, Brace, 1955.

Light, Martin. Introduction to Sinclair Lewis Special Issue. Modern Fiction Studies 31 (1985): 479-93.

---. The Quixotic Vision of Sinclair Lewis. West Lafayette: Purdue UP, 1975.

Lingeman, Richard. "Richard Lingeman and the New Sinclair Lewis Biography." Interview By Sally E. Parry.
Sinclair Lewis Society Newsletter 3.2 (1995): 1-2.

---. Sinclair Lewis: Rebel From Main Street. New York: Random House, 2002.

Lockerbie, D. Bruce. "Sinclair Lewis and William Ridgway." American Literature 36 (1964): 68-72.

Lundquist, James. Sinclair Lewis. New York: Frederick Ungar, 1973.

Manfred, Frederick. "Memories of Sinclair Lewis." Gazette of the Grolier Club N.S. 37 (1985): 21-34.

Mason, Julian. "Sinclair Lewis's Copy of Walden." Thoreau Society Bulletin 173 (1985): 7.

McKenna, Bruce A. "Sinclair Lewis, a Professional Writer." Diss. Brandeis University, 1989. DAI 49 (1989):
1803A.

McLaughlin, Robert L. "'Only kind thing is silence': Ernest Hemingway vs. Sinclair Lewis." Hemingway Review
6.2 (1987): 46-53.

Mencken, H. L. Letters of H. L. Mencken. Ed. Guy Forgue. New York: Knopf, 1961.

---. My Life as Author and Editor. Ed. and intro. by Jonathan Yardley. New York: Knopf, 1993.

Milne, W. Gordon. "Lewis's Muted Influence as Artist and Social Commentator." Sinclair Lewis at 100:
Papers Presented at a Centennial Conference
. Ed. Michael Conaughton. St. Cloud: St. Cloud State University, 1985. 87-93.

Moodie, Clara Lee R. "The Book That Has Never Been Published." Sinclair Lewis at 100: Papers Presented
at a Centennial Conference
. Ed. Michael Conaughton. St. Cloud: St. Cloud State University, 1985. 201-12.

Morgan, Speer, and William Holtz. "Fragments from a Marriage: Letters of Sinclair Lewis to Grace Hegger
Lewis." Missouri Review 11.1 (1988): 71-98.

Napier, James J. "Letters of Sinclair Lewis to Joseph Hergesheimer, 1915-1922." American Literature 38
(1966): 236-47.

Olson, Roberta. Sinclair Lewis: The Journey. Sauk Centre, Minnesota: Robert Olson, 1990.

Orwoll, Mark. "A Battle in Bohemia: The Sinclair Lewis-Harold Stearns Feud." Lost Generation Journal 9
(1989): 2-5.

Parry, Sally E. Foreword. Sinclair Lewis: A Descriptive Bibliography. By Stephen R. Pastore. New Haven:
YaleBooks, 1997. 11-12.

---. Introduction. Hike and the Aeroplane. By Sinclair Lewis. Ed. Stephen R. Pastore. Hawley, Penn.:
YaleBooks Press, 1999.

---. "Sinclair Lewis Studies: An Annotated Bibliography, 1977-1996." Sinclair Lewis: New Critical Essays.
Ed. James M. Hutchisson. Troy: Whitston, 1997. 202-48. (Co-author with Robert L. McLaughlin)

---. "Sinclair Lewis: The Darkening Vision of His Later Novels." Diss. Forham University, 1986. DAI (1986):
1326A.

---. "Upton-Sinclair-Lewis: The Crossed Paths of Two American Reformer-Novelists." Connecticut Review
16.1 (1994): 81-92.

---. "'war is a horrible thing': Looking at Lewis's Political Philosophy Through Hike and the Aeroplane."
Midwestern Miscellany 28 (2000): 32-40.

Person, James S., Jr. "Sinclair Lewis's Best Decade." Washington Times June 23, 1996: B7-8.

Petrullo, Helen B. "Dorothy Thompson's Role in Sinclair Lewis's Break with Harcourt, Brace." Courier 8 (April
1971): 50-58.

Roth, Russell. "The Return of the Laureate: Sinclair Lewis in 1942." South Dakota Review 7 (1969-1970): 3-
10.

Schorer, Mark. Sinclair Lewis: An American Life. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1961.

---. "Sinclair Lewis and the Method of Half-Truths." Sinclair Lewis: A Collection of Critical Essays.
Englewood Cliffs: Prentice-Hall, 1966. Reprinted in Bloom, Modern Critical Interpretations.

Sheean, Vincent. Dorothy and Red. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1963.

Shelton, Frank W. "Thomas Wolfe and Sinclair Lewis." Thomas Wolfe Review 12.1 (1988): 7-12.

Sherman, Stuart Pratt. The Significance of Sinclair Lewis. New York: Harcourt, Brace, 1922.

Sodowsky, Alice Louise. "The Images of Women in the Novels of Sinclair Lewis." Diss. Oklahoma State
University, 1978. DAI 38 (1978): 5485A.

Stallman, R. W. "Sinclair Lewis as Teacher." New York Times Book Review October 22, 1961: 2.

Tanner, Stephen L. "Sinclair Lewis and the New Humanism." Modern Age 33 (1990): 33-41.

Tavernier-Courbin, Jacqueline. "Harvey Taylor and Jack London's Purchase of Sinclair Lewis's Plots: A
Posthumous Saga." Sinclair Lewis Society Newsletter 3.2 (1995): 6-8.

Thompson, Dorothy. "The Boy and Man From Sauk Centre." Atlantic 206 (November 1960): 39-48.
Reprinted in Sheean, Dorothy and Red.

---. "Sinclair Lewis: A Postscript." Atlantic Monthly 187 (June 1951): 73-74.

Tingley, Al. Corner on Main Street: True Story of the Innkeepers on Sinclair Lewis Avenue. St. Cloud,
Minnesota: Dauntless, 1984.

Tuerk, Richard. "Directed by Sinclair Lewis: The Good Neighbor by Jack L. Levin." Journal of the American
Studies Association of Texas
17 (1986): 21-26.

Tuttleton, James W. Introduction. Selected Short Stories of Sinclair Lewis. Chicago: Ivan R. Dee, 1990. ix-
xxii.

Vaccariello, Michele A. "Tutoring Sinclair Lewis: A Personal Account." Ed. Martin Bucco. South Dakota
Review
26.2 (1988): 35-56.

Van Gelder, Robert. "Sinclair Talks of Writing-and Acting." New York Times Book Review June 30, 1940: 2.

Wagenaar, Dick. "The Knight and the Pioneer: Europe and America in the Fiction of Sinclair Lewis." American
Literature
50 (1978): 230-49.

Waterman, Margaret. "Sinclair Lewis as Teacher." College English 13 (1951): 87-90.

Young, Stephen A. "The Mencken-Lewis Connection." Menckeniana 94 (1985): 10-16.