As in his previous novel, Felicita, Spencer's concentration is with the mental and emotional ramifications of a situation...

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THE DEATH OF MARK

As in his previous novel, Felicita, Spencer's concentration is with the mental and emotional ramifications of a situation rather than its incidents. This is a story of a reversal of roles, where an accident changes a man's relations to his wife -- and hers to him. A somewhat more pretentious piece of work than Felicita and less poetic in the telling, though it is an honest and partially successful effort to show a man in the throes of a mental upheaval. Somewhat limited in audience.

Pub Date: March 4, 1938

ISBN: N/A

Page Count: -

Publisher: Bobbs, Merrill

Review Posted Online: N/A

Kirkus Reviews Issue: March 1, 1938