He Can Discuss the Abstract
Without Introducing the Personal
Floyd Dell, whose Moon-Calf and The Briary Bush were ranked high by
many critics among contemporary realistic novels, has finished a new
story. It will be called Janet March and will be published in the autumn.
Meanwhile, at Croton-on-Hudson he is attempting to play tennis and to
educate his young son Anthony Dell, who, if he has not already commenced
to talk, will do so very soon.
Floyd Dell is a slight, shy, sensitive man, essentially poet in temperament,
but turned irrevocably novelist. He is a...
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