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Nobel Prize Winner for Literature Promoted at Wordwaves.com

Nobel Prize Winner for Literature in 1930, Sinclair Lewis, explored in his works on wordwaves.com.

Nobel Prize Winning Literature is Now on Wordwaves
Nobel Prize Winning Literature is Now on Wordwaves
May 24, 2011 - PRLog -- Noble Prize winning literature has long been studied and upheld as some of the best writings to be enjoyed by many. Wordwaves.com promotes Sinclair Lewis, the winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature for 1930, with two of his books. Explore quotes from Sinclair Lewis’ 1920 Main Street and 1917 The Innocents and enjoy literature at its best. Born in Minnesota, America, Sinclair Lewis became the first American to win the Nobel Prize in Literature. Enjoy more Nobel Prize Winning Literature by Sinclair Lewis and others at http://www.wordwaves.com/nobel-prize-literature.

Nobel Prize Award for Sinclair Lewis

The Nobel foundation in conjunction with the The Swedish Academy are responsible for the Nobel Prize in Literature.

‘The Nobel Prize in Literature 1930 was awarded to Sinclair Lewis "for his vigorous and graphic art of description and his ability to create, with wit and humour, new types of characters".’ as quoted from their website at Nobelprize.org.

Discover the characters of Mr Lewis through quotes at http://www.wordwaves.com/book-author/sinclair-lewis.

Enjoy the quality of writing from one of America's pre-eminent Writers

Main Street 1920

“ On a hill by the Mississippi where Chippewas camped two generations ago, a girl stood in relief against the cornflower blue of Northern sky. "

"I want to tell you good people, and it's just as sure as God made little apples, the thing that distinguishes our American commonwealth from the pikers and tin-horns in other countries is our Punch. "

The Innocents 1917

" He saw her send the chauffeur away, and cache her lorgnette, and roll up her sleeves, and simply wade into an orgy of cribbage, with pleasing light refreshments of cider and cakes waiting by the fireplace. "

" Mother was sitting by the wide kitchen table, which was scarred with generations of use of cleaver and bread-knife and steak-pounder.

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