From the Back Cover
Unabridged republication of the classic 1922 edition.
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A classic worth reading. A window into a time brought to life. Reminded me of "Stepford Wives", but for men.Published 9 days ago by Lynne H.
It was a good read and the main character, showed growth by the end. Also, though 100 years old it is still a great satire on our American attitudes and values.Published 3 months ago by Scott Anderson
This book made me stop and reconsider the boring jobs I once had and the expectations of what I should or should not be doing with my life. A great read with good lessons.Published 4 months ago by Amazon Customer
A classic, and deservedly so. When I tire of reading poorly-written contemporary fiction (and that is most of it), I return to the classics of the early 20th century, particularly... Read morePublished 5 months ago by RhodeIsland 1969
This book is for those who see the humor in satire and can enjoy books that appear to have no plot. Sinclair Lewis is the best satirist I know of and Babbitt is one of the... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Ben J Korgen
This classic begins slowly and becomes more interesting as the story unfolds. A unique glimpse into the life of a confused businessman. Very thought provoking and a good read.Published 7 months ago by Mark
I started reading the book thinking it was going to be great literature. It was actually rather repetitive and boring. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Donna J. Lloyd