1945:Glass Timberlane, by Sinclair Lewis

By (author)Sinclair Lewis


Glass Timberlane is a classic novel by Sinclair Lewis that was published in 1945. The book is set in the fictional town of Grand Republic, which is based on Lewis’s hometown of Sauk Centre, Minnesota. The story follows the life of a young lawyer named George F. Babbitt, who is struggling to find his place in the world. Babbitt is a man who is torn between his desire for success and his longing for something more meaningful in life. As he navigates the ups and downs of his career and personal life, Babbitt must confront the harsh realities of the world around him and come to terms with his own limitations.

The book is a powerful commentary on the American Dream and the pursuit of happiness in a rapidly changing world. Through Babbitt’s struggles, Lewis exposes the flaws and contradictions of modern society, while also celebrating the resilience and determination of the human spirit.

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Glass Timberlane, by Sinclair Lewis, published by Random House, 1945. 390 pages.

Grey cloth hardcover with gilt and blue impression. Slight fading to spine color. No dustjacket. Moderate yellowing to pages due to time. Tightly bound, very clean, in very good condition.

Weight .46 kg
Dimensions 20 × 13 × 3 cm




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