6 edition of Arrowsmith (The Collected Works of Sinclair Lewis - 29 Volumes) found in the catalog.
Arrowsmith (The Collected Works of Sinclair Lewis - 29 Volumes)
by Classic Publishers
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||562|
Martin Arrowsmith, M.D. scientist and leading character Leora Tozer Arrowsmith Martin's first wife. Dr. Max Gottlieb professor of bacteriology and true scientist. Dr. Terry Wickett Martin's associate in scientific research. Madeline Fox to whom Martin at one time is engaged. Joyce Lanyon Arrowsmith Martin's second wife. Gustaf Sondelius colorful Swedish physician and lecturer. Arrowsmith's singular devotion to science gives Lewis a chance to portray an American whose work becomes his life. Giving up his medical practice he becomes isolated as a seeker after truth. Afterword by Mark Shorer and capsule biography of author. pp. plus bibliography.5/5(1).
The book's climax deals with Dr. Arrowsmith's discovery of a phage that destroys bacteria and his experiences as he faces an outbreak of bubonic plague on a fictional Caribbean island. Martin's wife, Leora, is the steadying, sensible, self-abnegating anchor of his life. About Arrowsmith. With an afterword by E. L. Doctorow—the Pulitzer Prize-winning novel of one man’s pursuit of intellectual freedom in the face of ignorance and corruption, from the author of Babbit Arrowsmith, the most widely read of Sinclair Lewis’s novels, is the incisive portrait of a man passionately devoted to a bright, curious boy in a small Midwestern town, Martin.
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Originally published inafter three years of anticipation, the book follows the life of Martin Arrowsmith, a rather ordinary fellow who gets his first taste of medicine at 14 as an assistant to the drunken physician in his home town. It is Leora Tozer who makes Martin's life extraordinary/5.
Arrowsmith, the most widely read of Sinclair Lewis’s novels, is the incisive portrait of a man passionately devoted to science. As a bright, curious boy in a small Midwestern town, Martin Arrowsmith spends his free time in old Doc Vickerson’s office avidly devouring medical texts/5().
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Arrowsmith, the most widely read of Sinclair Lewis’s novels, is the incisive portrait of a man passionately devoted to science. As a bright, curious boy in a small Midwestern town, Martin Arrowsmith spends his free time in old Doc Vickerson’s office avidly devouring medical texts/5(14).
In the first of a proposed series of Arrowsmith books, Astro City writer Busiek builds a clever extended metaphor to play with the tropes of smalltown-boy-learns-that-war-is-hell stories. It'sand Fletcher Arrowsmith is a Connecticut farm boy who heads to Europe to learn to fly and fight the Prussians/5(19).
Book Summary Martin Arrowsmith, of pioneer descent and unflagging spirit, begins his medical training by reading Gray's Anatomy at the age of fourteen in the office of Doc Vickerson, Arrowsmith book Elk Mills.
Inhe enters Winnemac University, where during his career as a student he becomes assistant to Max Gottlieb, a German scientist, whom Martin deeply admires and respects.
Free download or read online Arrowsmith pdf (ePUB) book. The first edition of the novel was published inand was written by Sinclair Lewis. The book was published in multiple languages including English, consists of pages and is available in Hardcover format.
The main characters of this fiction, classics story are,/5. Arrowsmith is a novel by Sinclair Lewis that was first published In Summary Read a Plot Overview of the entire book or a chapter by chapter Summary and Analysis.
Arrowsmith Press is a small publisher of curated books, journal articles, and prizes in literature. Arrowsmith Press is a small publisher of curated books, journal articles, and prizes in literature. Arrowsmith, novel by Sinclair Lewis, published in The author declined to accept a Pulitzer Prize for the work because he had not been awarded the prize for his Main Street in The narrative concerns the personal and professional travails of Martin Arrowsmith, a Midwestern physician.
In The Woman Who Changed Her Brain, Barbara Arrowsmith-Young offers her own story, and those of her students, to refute that conventional wisdom.” “Arrowsmith-Young has been able to describe, in a poignant and often unforgettable way, what it feels like to have a devastating learning disorder––but also what it’s like to leave it behind.
Most everyone reading this book will find in its unique case histories, a. Martin Arrowsmith, the novel's protagonist, is born and raised in the small Midwestern town of Elk Mills where he develops an interest in science and spends his free hours reading through Gray's Anatomy and other books in the office of the town's doctor, Doc Vickerson.
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About this Item: New York: Harcourt, Brace And Company, ., 8vo. 3 p.l., with half-title. contemporary half morocco, t.e.g., others uncut (modest wear to joints & extremities, spine faded, internally fine). First Edition, one of numbered copies, signed by the Author.
Lewis was awarded the Pulitzer prize for fiction for this novel inbut refused to accept it. The theme of Arrowsmith is devotion to work as typified by Martin’s absorption in pure science. The plot of Arrowsmith, though somewhat rambling, is the best organized of all the Lewis novels.
Grebstein, in Sinclair Lewis (), comments that the book’s narrative component is superior to that of [ ]. Arrowsmith, the most widely read of Sinclair Lewis’s novels, is the incisive portrait of a man passionately devoted to science.
As a bright, curious boy in a small Midwestern town, Martin Arrowsmith spends his free time in old Doc Vickerson’s office avidly devouring medical texts/5(95). Martin Arrowsmith is a promising young man going to medical school to become a Doctor.
The novel touches on the social status of work and the importance America places on occupation. Lewis conveys the importance of making one’s own destiny rather than following societal conformity.4/5(8). Arrowsmith is a fantasy comic book by writer Kurt Busiek and penciller Carlos Pacheco, published by Wildstorm's Cliffhanger imprint.
It first premiered as a six-issue miniseries in. That was the great-grandmother of Martin Arrowsmith. Why Arrowsmith remains a must read. One can wonder which message it is that Arrowsmith sends its readers with its final portrayal of Martin (“I feel as if I were really beginning to work now”, said Martin [on p.
!]. “This new quinine stuff may prove pretty good.This is the story of Barbara Arrowsmith-Young. As a child she was told she would never overcome the learning disabilities that made school so difficult and frustrating for her.
But Barbara refused to believe that was true. With courage, inventiveness, and resilience, she found ways to actually change her brain and improve her skills.About this Item: Pocket Books, New York, NY, Soft cover.
Condition: Very Good. 1st Edition. Pocket Books No, first paperback edition with terrific, period cover art byHarv Stein and written by the great Sinclair Lewis; the story of a scientist who has "the courage to take his fight to mored dangerous and disease-infected areas", dedicating his life to fighting disease and sickness.