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Bibliography

Bucco, Martin, "Introduction," in Critical Essays on Sinclair Lewis, G. K. Hall, 1986, pp. 4—5.

Dooley, D. J., The Art of Sinclair Lewis, University of Nebraska Press, 1967, pp. 82—95.

Lewis, Sinclair, Babbitt, New American Library of World Literature, 1961; originally published by Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1922.

Lingeman, Richard, Sinclair Lewis: Rebel from Main Street, Random House, 2002, p. xii.

Pugh, David G., "Baedekers, Babbittry, and Baudelaire," in Critical Essays on Sinclair Lewis, edited by Martin Bucco, G. K. Hall, 1986, pp. 204—13; originally published in The Twenties: Fiction, Poetry, Drama, edited by Warren French, Everett Edwards Press, 1975.

Updike, John, "Exile on Main Street," in the New Yorker, Vol. 69, No. 13, pp. 91—97.

West, Rebecca, "Babbitt," in Sinclair Lewis: A Collection of Critical Essays, edited by Mark Schorer, Prentice-Hall, 1962, pp. 23—26; originally published in New Statesman, No. 23, October 1922.

Woolf, Virginia, "American Fiction," in The Moment, and Other Essays, Hogarth Press, 1947, pp. 99—100.

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