My Lifetime in Letters. [Inscribed and Signed by the Author]
Letters to Sinclair from Theodore Roosevelt and Other Luminaries
An eight-line inscription from Upton Sinclair to professor George J. Becker, thanking this man and mentioning George Bernard Shaw and Thomas Mann in passing. Sinclair’s life through a selection of significant letters. Sinclair received a staggering 250,000 letters from the great luminaries of his day; Jack London, Gandhi, A. Conan Doyle, Theodore Roosevelt, these names just scratching the surface of those who corresponded with this Pulitzer prize-winning writer, journalist, and social reformer.
Description: My Lifetime in Letters. [Inscribed and Signed by the Author]
Columbia: University of Missouri Press, (1960). 412p. First Edition. Illustrated. A fine copy in publisher’s cloth and dustwrapper. Inscribed and signed by Sinclair and dated in the year of publication.