Arrowsmith by Sinclair Lewis
By Sinclair Lewis
released in 1925, Arrowsmith is the tale of Martin Arrowsmith, a proficient scientist making his method from a small Midwestern city to the apex of the medical group. Arrowsmith follows the titular personality from clinical institution via stints as a small-town healthcare professional and neighborhood future health professional to his discovery of a plague that destroys bacteria.
Arrowsmith was once provided the 1926 Pulitzer Prize for Fiction, however the award used to be declined through the writer. it's been tailored for radio, movie and television.
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