THESE I LIKE BEST by Kathleen Norris


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This is a collection of her own stories and series, selected as the basis of her own performances. For this reason, I stated above that the anthology would perfernce her conservative market, for here are some old favorites. Little Ships was an early full-length novel, which was not serialised, and therefore will be now is . The setting and period are pre-fire San Francisco, and for all who know the old city, is will have a nestalgic quality and appeal. Barberry Bush has been out of print for time. The is the setting for a not-ice-happy story of marriage. Mother makes the collection the surest candidate for the market indicated. The start stories represent different types of Mrs. Norris work, and among them are Yesterday, her own favorite short story, and Sincere, generally raised as her best. The collection class with an essay as the joys of reading, Beauty in L. The as the whole dates less than I should have expected, and reveals her f for the h. Personally, I prefer her work of this period to the p.

Pub Date: Jan. 24th, 1941
Publisher: Doubleday, Doran