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An in-depth analysis of the state of Israel shortly after the Suez Crisis. The book's own analysis is "Bridgehead is the first book to present clearly, in a broad and deep sense, Israels direct relation to world Jewry, to History and to Man. And though an awareness of crisis suffuses its pages, this does not disturb its focus which is of a people behind the politics and the headlines, the communities behind the economics, an old and never-ending spiritual drama encompassing the statistics, underlying and transcending the immediate problems." An excellent read.
Lewis graduated from Yale University in 1907 and immediately began a career in literature, working for a number of publications as both an editor and journalist. In 1914, he published his first novel, Our Mr. Wrenn which was well received by the critics. During the following years he was very successful writing for periodicals such as The Saturday Evening Post, but in 1920 he published what would become a best-seller, Main Street, and firmly established himself as one of America's foremost authors. Over the next ten years, he would follow with a number of successes such as Babbitt (1922), Arrowsmith (1925), Elmer Gantry (1927) and Dodsworth (1929). After 1930, his success began to dwindle and his output during the 1930s and 40s never attained the same level of popular enthusiasm. His two marriages ended in divorce. In 1930, Lewis was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature, the first given to an American author. Other works by Lewis include The Man Who Knew Coolidge (1928), Ann Vickers (1933), It Can't Happen Here (1935), Cass Timberlane (1945), and Kingsblood Royal (1947).