(From the publisher):
From more than one hundred short stories written by Sinclair Lewis, here are twelve of the most outstanding. They disclose America's first Nobel Prize winner to have been a gifted observer of the absurdities and horrors of American life. They run the gamut from tender sketches of lonely and frightened human beings adrift in harsh, impersonal cities to clever satires on the virtues of hard work and simple candor versus artiness and glib intellectuality. They reveal one of America's greatest writers at his best.
Original title: I'm a Stranger Here Myself and Other Stories
Genre: Fiction→ General Fiction→ Humor→ Satire
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