THE FRUIT STONERS by Algernoon Blackwood

THE FRUIT STONERS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Blackwood has a limited market. His metaphysical aspects take him out of the modern trend of realism, but there are many readers who like that sort of escape, and few writers who meet their needs. This is a completely imaginative story of a lonely child who has created a dream world from prune stones, and --haunted by the phantom of Time, seeks a fantasy life in a brief span. Charming, fanciful, but don't buy unless you know of a definite outlet.

Pub Date: June 3rd, 1935
Publisher: Dutton