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Синклер Льюис

Дата рождения: 7. Февраль 1885
Дата смерти: 10. Январь 1951
Другие имена:Lyuis Garri Sinkler, ਸਿਨਕਲੇਅਰ ਲੁਈਸ

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Синклер Льюис — американский писатель; первый в США лауреат Нобелевской премии по литературе .

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„I have faith in Faith, I have reverence for all true Reverence.“

—  Sinclair Lewis
Context: I have faith in Faith, I have reverence for all true Reverence. ~ Ch. 59

„There was much conversation, most of which sounded like the rest of it.“

—  Sinclair Lewis
Context: There was much conversation, most of which sounded like the rest of it. ~ Ch. 14

„It came to him merely to run away was folly, because he could never run away from himself.“

—  Sinclair Lewis
Context: It came to him merely to run away was folly, because he could never run away from himself. ~ Ch. 25

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„I don't believe in fear of divine vengeance, and I do believe in justice and equality....“

—  Sinclair Lewis
Context: I don't believe in fear of divine vengeance, and I do believe in justice and equality.... ~ Ch. 57

„I hate your city. It has standardized all the beauty out of life. It is one big railroad station—with all the people taking tickets for the best cemeteries.“

—  Sinclair Lewis
Context: I hate your city. It has standardized all the beauty out of life. It is one big railroad station—with all the people taking tickets for the best cemeteries. ~ Ch. 7

„It did seem sounder to build houses which he could build than to teach children a gospel which he did not altogether understand in a Sioux language which he could not quite speak.“

—  Sinclair Lewis
Context: It did seem sounder to build houses which he could build than to teach children a gospel which he did not altogether understand in a Sioux language which he could not quite speak. He reflected, 'If I could put over some kind of equality for Mark Shadrock and Black Wolf, that would be enough heavenly progress for me.' ~ Ch. 53

„Is it possible that nobody has ever known—that there never has been a completely civilized man, and won't be for another thousand years?“

—  Sinclair Lewis
Context: He fretted that he did not know anything. He sighed, 'I have sought the Kingdom of God a little, the Squire has sought it terribly, but we haven't even a map, and after what I saw this afternoon, I know the Sioux are as barbarous as we are. Is it possible that nobody has ever known—that there never has been a completely civilized man, and won't be for another thousand years? ~ Ch. 33

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„He prayed, 'Lord God, let us be the kind of Christians that you would be if you were a Christian'.“

—  Sinclair Lewis
Context: He prayed, 'Lord God, let us be the kind of Christians that you would be if you were a Christian'. ~ Ch. 24

„Indians, of course, have no 'theology,' and indeed no word for the system of credulity in which the white priests arrange for God, who must be entirely bewildered by it, a series of excuses for his failures.“

—  Sinclair Lewis
Context: Indians, of course, have no 'theology,' and indeed no word for the system of credulity in which the white priests arrange for God, who must be entirely bewildered by it, a series of excuses for his failures. ~ Ch. 41

„I must say I'm not very fond of oratory that's so full of energy it hasn't any room for facts.“

—  Sinclair Lewis
Context: I must say I'm not very fond of oratory that's so full of energy it hasn't any room for facts. ~ Martin, Ch. 22

„For many minutes, for many hours, for a bleak eternity, he lay awake, shivering, reduced to primitive terror, comprehending that he had won freedom, and wondering what he could do with anything so unknown and so embarrassing as freedom.“

—  Sinclair Lewis
Context: For many minutes, for many hours, for a bleak eternity, he lay awake, shivering, reduced to primitive terror, comprehending that he had won freedom, and wondering what he could do with anything so unknown and so embarrassing as freedom. ~ Ch. 9

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