The Yale Literary Magazine, Volume 92, Issue 8

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Herrick & Noyes, 1927
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Page 268 - The story is beautifully designed, and it moves with the inevitability of a fugue. It is packed with observation, all fresh, all shrewd, all sound. There is gargantuan humor in it, and there is also something not far from moving drama. It is American from the first low cackle of the prologue to the last gigantic obscenity — as American as goose-stepping or the mean admiration of mean things.
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