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A Nest of Simple Folk. By Sean O'Faolain. New York: The Viking Press. $2.50. Shake Hands with the Devil. By Rearden Conner. New York: William Morrow and Company. $2.50.
As artists, the novelists of Ireland of our time have always seemed to me defi [...]
The Letters of Sir Walter Scott, 1808-1811. Centenary Edition. Vol. II. Edited by H. J. C. Grierson and Others. London: Constable and Company, Limited. 18s. Letters of Robert Browning. Collected by Thomas J. Wise. Edited with an Introduction and not [...]
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Life of Matthew Arnold. By Hugh Kingsmill. New York: Lincoln McVeagh, The Dial Press. $4.00. Life of Bach. By C. Sanford Terry. New York: Oxford University Press. $7.50. The Development of English Biography. By Harold Nicolson. New York: Harcourt, B [...]
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There was a time when those of us who dwelt on the banks of the Ohio River or the Mississippi heard the tooting of steamboat whistles and the sing-song of "Annie Laurie," played with discord and abandon on a steam organ. If we were near eno [...]
The Happy Tree. By Rosalind Murray. New York: Harcourt, Brace and Company. $2.50.
The Old Countess. By Anne Douglas Sedgwick. New York: Houghton Mifflin Company. $2.50.
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Because his book is labeled fiction, H. M. Tomlinson, with the publication of his first novel, "Gal-lions Reach," is gaining fame. Before, Tomlinson, essayist and traveler, enjoyed but a limited distinction. Recently, however, and mainly th [...]
Amok. By Stefan Zweig. New York: The Viking Press. $1.50. From Day to Day. By Ferdynand Goetel. New York: The Viking Press. $2.50. The Road Back. By Erich Maria Remarque. Boston: Little, Brown and Company. $2.50. The Pure in Heart. By Franz Werfel. [...]
When I was very young, people used to tell me—good people all of them, but ill advised— that some day I would close my Byron and take up my Wordsworth, and that some day I would give over my Meredith and take up my Hardy. Well, I was a perverse c [...]