Babbitt, the Man


By Frederick Frahm. Enigmatic work after the setting of a classic American novel of the 1920s, “Babbitt”. Circa 6″ in duration.



I’ve pretty much done all the things I ought to; supported my family,
and got a good house and a six-cylinder car, and built up a nice little business,
and I haven’t any vices ‘specially, except smoking—and I’m practically cutting that out, by the way.
And I belong to the church, and play enough golf to keep in trim, and I only associate with good decent fellows.
And yet, even so, I don’t know that I’m entirely satisfied!

from “Babbitt”, Sinclair Lewis (1922)


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