Pretty much of an Irish stew with ingredients of fantasy, symbolism, slap-stick and a certain humanitarian philosophy fused...

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THE ASCENT OF F-6

Pretty much of an Irish stew with ingredients of fantasy, symbolism, slap-stick and a certain humanitarian philosophy fused together, told in an equally confusing medley of styles, from jingle verse to blank verse to prose. A faint suggestion of High Tor with modernism and idealism blended. Certain scenes with Mr. and Mrs. A. and a radio announcer are incredibly pseudo. Unplayable -- and often unreadable, for the average person.

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Publisher: Random House

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: June 15, 1937