Babbit by sinclair lewis
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Babbitt: an introduction to and summary of the novel babbitt by sinclair lewis. As one reads babbitt, one is continually aware of sinclair lewis' fierce anger with america's mediocrity, a mediocrity usually expressed by a multitude of. Babbitt (thorndike press large print perennial bestsellers series) by lewis, sinclair and a great selection of similar used, new and collectible books available now. Editions for babbitt: 142640607x (paperback published in 2008), 0553214861 (paperback published in 1998), 1412157730 (ebook published in 2010), ( publish. The embedded audio player requires a modern internet browser you should visit browse happy and update your internet browser today i. Babbitt is a novel centered on the hypocrisy of the prosperous and conservative business class of 1920s america sinclair lewis portrays george babbitt as.
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Babbit by sinclair lewis
Conventional, complacent, materialistic american businessman, 1923, from george babbitt, title character of sinclair lewis' novel (1922) his name was george f. Iii it was the best of nationally advertised and quantitatively produced alarm-clocks, with all modern attachments, including cathedral chime, intermittent alarm.
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