LOT'S WIFE by Max Eastman

LOT'S WIFE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Trenchant modern rhyme""? Well, perhaps, But I loathed it. The story of but and the destruction of Sodom was never one of my favorites; I always thought Lot rather a stick, Now I think he was a louse, and should have perished with the city. A brutal, ugly, , unpleasant narrative poem based on the Old Testament story, enlivened by a prying, lewd imagination.

Publisher: Harper