Babbitt

Babbitt

eBook - 2002
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With his breathtaking social insight and his graceful sentences, Sinclair Lewis - a Pulitzer and Nobel Prize winner - stands out as one of the most important American writers of the 20th century. At turns lyrically soul-searching and scathing in its honesty, Babbitt captures the essence of the 1920s while remaining a timeless piece of literature. Babbitt, the ultimate conformist and social climber, seeks power in his community and self-esteem from others. Outwardly, he is the ultimate "big booster," and he toes the company line with "zip and zowie." In his dreams, however, he is tormented by the emptiness of his soul.
Publisher: Salt Lake City : Project Gutenberg Literary Archive Foundation, 2002
ISBN: 9781470398453
Characteristics: 1 online resource :,multiple file formats.
Additional Contributors: Project Gutenberg
Recorded Books, LLC.

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wilstyles Mar 13, 2012

Who knew this was so funny? Mr. Babbit just wants to be the ideal citizen and family. Then things go astray.

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