POST STORIES OF 1941 by

POST STORIES OF 1941

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The ""perennial annual"" -- and again a slick, easy-to-read collection with familiar and unfamiliar representation. Virginia Faulkner and Budd Schulberg on Hollywood, there's Eric Knight's Sam Small, there's Gene Henry's Miss Bronska, there are two clever versions of housekeeping harassment, by Edward Hope and Glenn Allan; there are period, war stories, regional stories, and, for my money, topped by Kay Boyle's story of occupied France and the underground railroad, Let There Be Honour; and James Street's boy and dog story, Weep No More, My Lady. Good. Here's one short story collection you can put on your escape reading shelf of the rental library, and recommend for convalescents, as the ""problem stories"" are in the minority.

Pub Date: May 6th, 1942
Publisher: Little, Brown