urbia

urbia

(ˈɜːbɪə)
n
(Human Geography) cities collectively
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Furthermore, this conflation of suburbia and gentrified urbia suggests two important truths about the changing terrain of American life: first, as Franzen himself ably demonstrates in the novel, many of the upper-middle-class Americans whose lifestyles were once associated with the suburbs have returned to the city; second, American literary culture has yet to make sense of this shift, particularly in regard to who lives in the actual suburbs now.
You can feed into a holding pattern at DSD after a transition from URBIA if you're the wayward soul entering from, I don't know, San Francisco.
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