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"A remarkable book is this latest by Sinclair Lewis. A novel, yes, but so unusual as not to fall easily into a class. There is practically no plot, yet the book is absorbing. It is so much like life itself, so extraordinarily real. These people are actual folk, and there was never better dialogue written than their revealing talk... This impression that the book is partly a college boy and partly by a man with many contacts with life and the world will not down; there are some poorly written pages, some jejune bits that add to it. Yet we would not wish to eliminate this youthful stand in the book. It belongs there."

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<em>Main Street</em> by Sinclair Lewis (NY Times, 1920)

<em>Main Street</em> by Sinclair Lewis (NY Times, 1920)

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