Materia media, in all forms, this collects from both older writers and current a pleasing variety of short stories and...

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Materia media, in all forms, this collects from both older writers and current a pleasing variety of short stories and places. One can read again, or for the first time, an account of Tom Dooley's hospital in Wilfred Grenfell's northern overexposure, or Edith Savell's . Then there's Anthony Wynne's classic crime- The Cyprian Bees; Ellen Glasgew's haunting experience in the household of the dazzling Dr. Maradick; Stephen Vincent Benet's lovable Doc Millhorn in heaven; Hawthorne, Drelser, James Norman Hall, Norah Lofts, Paul Hergan and others- while Stephen Leacock and Cornelia Otis Skinner provide lighter touches. There's a specific here- for almost every taste.

Pub Date: Jan. 14, 1962

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Publisher: Dodd, Mead

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: Jan. 1, 1962