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KIRKUS REVIEW

This is an important addition to the Steffens' picture, and an essential book for every admirer of the famous Autobiography. Actually, a close study of the letters reinterprets the man, and at the same time is a reflection of the period of America's history in which he played more than a reporter's part. It is a deeply personal record as well, more so than the Autobiography, and should roll up a much better sale than the average collection of letters of famous men. In two volumes, boxed --

Publisher: Harcourt, Brace