"A satire of American values, the power of conformity, and the vacuity of American life." must have been a pretty radical idea in 1922 when this book was written. But we have seen this done so many times since in movies, book and plays that it feels very old and tired. It does have a great ending and the writing is top notch. I really felt for the characters.
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