Dorothy Thompson Papers, Syracuse University Special Collections, Sinclair Lewis, publishing
American Literature | Modern Literature | United States History
In this article, Helen B. Petrullo utilizes several documents in the Dorothy Thompson Papers to shed new light on the break of her husband Sinclair Lewis with publisher Harcourt, Brace. It was previously thought the break was impulsive, but the documents reveal Dorothy Thompson had a significant influence on Sinclair Lewis' decision. Also describes the relationship between author and publisher in the twentieth century.
Petrullo, Helen B. "Dorothy Thompson's Role in Sinclair Lewis' Break with Harcourt, Brace." The Courier 8.3 (1971): 50-58.
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