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Arrowsmith
Sinclair Lewis

Looking for an intriguing story to read on the plane or during slow shifts? Meet Martin Arrowsmith, a doctor whose singular, if somewhat ascetic, devotion to science affords Sinclair Lewis his most dramatic opportunity to portray an American whose work becomes his life. Forced to give up successive sinecures-instructor in medicine, small-town doctor, research pathologist-by obstacles ranging from public ignorance to the publicity-mindedness of a great foundation, Arrowsmith becomes virtually isolated as a seeker of the truth. A classic medical tale that still rings true.

1924, Softcover, 438 pp.
# 00289 $5.95

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