Babbitt and More in the Eighties

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"Every artist is a moralist, though he need not preach."
—George Santayana

Accepting the Nobel Prize for Literature on December 12, 1930, Sinclair Lewis used the occasion to attack academic traditionalists, who, he said, "like their literature clear and cold and . . .

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