Arts: The Sun Field

The Sun Field*

Obvious Care Is Lavished Upon an Advanced Specimen The Story. George Wallace was a Yale man who wrote poetry. After college he went into newspaper work and grew properly ashamed of ever having versified—until he met Judith Winthrop. Judith's ancestors had chartered the Mayflower or something, but she was as advanced a specimen of our modern intelligentsia as you could find. She had a Shaw-green room and a dozen pet paradoxes and wrote articles for Tomorrow, a journal of opinion, in forming the world that Charles S. Chaplin could act....

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