Tag Archives: Sinclair Lewis

Short memoir of a minor character

My name is Eino Roskinen. Of course, this is not my real name. I was included under that name as a minor character in the novel Cass Timberlane, now considered a rather minor work of Sinclair Lewis but quite a … Continue reading

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Main Street

(short and updated variant of a novel) Now when Carol Kennicott ran off with Belle Evans the highschool English teacher and ten years her junior, leaving poor Dr. Kennicott behind with three bawling kids and taking all the doctor’s savings … Continue reading

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The books that changed everything

Pretty soon I started reading John Steinbeck, Ernest Hemingway, William Saroyan, Truman Capote, Upton Sinclair and many other American writers. Continue reading

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