A revealing study of a contemporary -- and a brilliant piece of work in its very analysis of De Voto's contradictions, his genius, his potentialities. A critical study with a market not as limited as at first sight it seems, for it has possibilities of opening the way to building a De Voto cult, to increasing the interest in the man, his past, work and the work ahead. Call to the attention of literary circles, public libraries, etc. And check your stock of Forays and Rebuttals. We Accept With Pleasure and Mark Twain's America with a view to an almost certain interest to come.