This is part of a trilogy on the artist and the creative problem, begun in Eva Gay -- a trilogy in thought, not in story or...

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This is part of a trilogy on the artist and the creative problem, begun in Eva Gay -- a trilogy in thought, not in story or character. Here the artist comes up against the bald facts of the depression, and economic pressure wrecks all chance for marital happiness. Told in stream of consciousness manner, with definite formula of interpolation, parenthesis, italics, capitalization, etc. to indicate thought and emotion levels. Not easy reading, but a worthwhile theme, skillfully handled. Evelyn Scott has a definite following -- go after them.

Pub Date: March 22, 1937

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Publisher: Scribner

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: March 1, 1937