G.J. McLeod; Lewis, Sinclair, Mantrap, Toronto: G.J. McLeod.
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Lewis, Sinclair, <em>Mantrap</em>, Toronto: G.J. McLeod.
|Description||Also published, New York: Harcourt, Brace, 1926; London: J. Cape, 1926; New York: Grosset & Dunlap, 1926; Hamburg: Albatross, 1932; Harmondsworth, England: Penguin Books, 1937. Translated by Sabine Berritz as <i>Le lac qui rêve </i>, Paris: s.n., . There is also a study by Claude B. Lewis, with introduction by John J. Koblas and Dave Page, <i>Sinclair Lewis & Mantrap: The Saskatchewan trip </i>, Madison, Wisc.: Main Street Press, c1985. The locale of the novel is Lac la Ronge, Saskatchewan. Sinclair Lewis and his brother Dr Claude Lewis visited northern Saskatchewan and Manitoba in 1924. Some of the characters are thinly disguised portraits of local inhabitants.|