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Unabridged value reproduction of BABBITT by the gritty realist and Nobel Prize winner Sinclair Lewis. It is a tale of the emptiness of materialism in the roaring twenties that applies today to those wanting a simpler life.
The hero is Babbitt, ruling his business with militant normalcy and also the most grievous victim of his own militant dullness.
Lewis describes it this way, "He is all of us Americans at 46, prosperous but worried, wanting - passionately - to seize something more than motor cars and a house before it's too late."