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Babbitt, first published in 1922, is a novel by Sinclair Lewis. Largely a satire of American culture, society, and behavior, it critiques the vacuity of middle-class American life and its pressure toward conformity. An immediate and controversial bestseller, Babbitt was influential in the decision to award Lewis the Nobel Prize in literature in 1930. The word "Babbitt" entered the English language as a "person and especially a business or professional man who conforms unthinkingly to prevailing middle-class standards". From Wikipedia (CC BY-SA).
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- American Authors
- Businessmen -- Fiction
- Conformity -- Fiction
- Domestic fiction
- Middle class
- Middle-aged men -- Fiction
- Psychological fiction
- Social life and customs
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