Main Street & Babbitt /
In Main Street and Babbitt, Sinclair Lewis drew on his boyhood memories of Sauk Centre, Minnesota, to reveal as no writer had done before the complacency and conformity of middle-class life in America. These remarkable novels combine brilliant satire with a lingering affection for the men and women...
|Published:||New York, N.Y. : Library of America, c1992.|
|Series:||The Library of America ;
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