Starring a collection of short shorts is -- I think -- unique in the history of this service. But we wish here and now to...

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Starring a collection of short shorts is -- I think -- unique in the history of this service. But we wish here and now to bear tribute to a writer who can demonstrate irrefutably the fact that the modernly approved obliqueness and obscurity of approach and method of elision is not the only way to imply a broad canvas, depth of emotional value and a story far exceeding the bounds of the actual fragment on the printed page. Amazingly compact, these stories of conflict between men and women, beautifully handled, vivid, sharply etched characterization, packed with emotional value. I don't know when I have found keener sustained pleasure in a collection of the stories of one author.

Pub Date: June 21, 1937

ISBN: N/A

Page Count: -

Publisher: Farrar & Rinehart

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: June 1, 1937