6 edition of Gideon Planish found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||PS3523.E94 G5 1943a|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||312|
|LC Control Number||54047327|
Gideon Planish is a novel by American writer Sinclair novel tells the story of Gideon Planish, an unprincipled social climber who becomes involved in various shady philanthropic organizations in his quest for stature without accountability; the work did not fare as well with critics as some of Lewis' earlier social novels, is considered one of his minor works. Gideon Planish, an almost forgotten novel by Sinclair Lewis, is a merciless satire of what turned out to be one of America’s major growth expanded on a theme that was anticipated by Charles Dickens’ irate essay entitled The Begging-Letter Writer. The amount of money he annually diverts from wholesome and useful purposes in the United Kingdom, would .
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Gideon Planish as a young man has a vision and a drive to succeed in life but is never able to fully achieve his goal. The book is basically a satire of fraudulent charities which Gideon becomes involved with and with the urging of his wife Peony he goes from one venture to another/5.
Gideon Planish is a novel by American writer Sinclair Lewis. The novel tells the story of Gideon Planish, an unprincipled social climber who becomes involved in various shady Gideon Planish book organizations in his quest for stature without accountability.
The work did not fare as well with critics as some of Lewis' earlier social novels, and is considered one of his minor works/5(2). The novel tells the story of Gideon Planish, an unprincipled social climber who becomes involved in various shady philanthropic organizations in his quest for stature without accountability.
The work did not fare as well with critics as some of Lewis' earlier social novels, and is considered one of his minor works.
Gideon Planish: lt;p|>||Gideon Planish|| is a novel by American writer |Sinclair Lewis|. The novel tells the World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest online encyclopedias available, and the most definitive collection ever assembled.
Lewis’ Gideon Planish has been accused of being a re-hash of old ideas, in the same way that P.G. Wodehouse re-hashed old ideas and characters Planish is a man who will say whatever is required by the organization or occasion, as long as there’s a buck in it for him and for his Gideon Planish book Peony.
His trials range from the amusing to the unfortunate, and if Gideon Planish never rises. 'Gideon Planish' is a late () work of fiction by Sinclair Lewis. By this time Lewis has won a Nobel Prize and the country has suffered through the depression and entered into WWII.
Lewis' love affair with Socialism has morphed into an attraction to Communism.4/5(1). Early in life Gideon Planish became an addict to the narcotic effect of his own voice.
Professor, lecturer, professional money-raiser for philanthropic causes, "organizator", viewer-with-alarm of "conditions and situations", toastmaster at public dinners, his was the stuffed-shirt world of the rotogravure Olympus.
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Book Source: Digital Library of India Item ioned: ble. GIDEON PLANISH by Sinclair Lewis. Published by Ramdom House in - First Edition - First Printing. This is another fantastic novel from the author of Main Street, Babitt, Elmer Gantry, It Can't Happen Here, and The Prodigal book is in good overall condition; the spine is tight and the cover is clean with minor shelf wear including scuffing, fading, and/or Rating: % positive.
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Elmer Gantry is a satirical novel written by Sinclair Lewis in that presents aspects of the religious activity of America in fundamentalist and evangelistic circles and the attitudes of the s public toward it.
The novel's protagonist, the Reverend Dr. Elmer Gantry, is initially attracted by booze and easy money (though he eventually renounces tobacco and alcohol) Author: Sinclair Lewis.
GIDEON PLANISH by Sinclair Lewis To MARCELLA POWERS who explained Carrie Planish and her friends to me. 1 The urgent whistle of the Manhattan Flyer woke the boy, and his square face moved with smiling as in half-dreams he was certain that some day he would take that train and be welcomed in lofty rooms by millionaires and poets and actresses.
He would. Gideon Planish. A Novel by LEWIS Sinclair Seller Randall House Rare Books Published () Condition Spine a little darkened, eges very lightly browned, slightly cocked spine, else fine.Elmer Gantry is a satirical novel written by Sinclair Lewis in that presents aspects of the religious activity of America in fundamentalist and evangelistic circles and the attitudes of the s public toward it.
The novel’s protagonist, the Reverend Dr. Elmer Gantry, is initially attracted by booze and easy money (though he eventually renounces tobacco and alcohol) .From Gideon Planish: "I just wish people wouldn't quote Lincoln or the Bible, or hang out the flag or the cross, to cover up something that belongs more to the bank-book and the three golden balls." BornRightTheFirstTime20 June (UTC).