Short stories. The ones about children are the best, he seems to be able to recapture childhood fantasics, imaginings,...

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THE WIND BLOWS OVER

Short stories. The ones about children are the best, he seems to be able to recapture childhood fantasics, imaginings, trends of thought. Most of the stories told in soliloquizing or stream of consciousness method. Definite trend of marginal sleep and wake period. Fragmentary -- lacking in conventional plot.

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Publisher: Macmillan

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: June 15, 1936