Books: Lost, Found

THE MAN WHO LOST HIMSELF—Osbert Sitwell—Coward-McCann ($2.50).

This is a mystery story in the modern, Osbert-Sitwellian manner: besides the mystery it contains much acute and polished conversation on morals, literature, life; a complete satirical sketch of tourists shut up together on a liner; criticisms of art and nature; and what might almost serve as a guidebook to Granada, Spanish setting of the famed Moorish Alhambra.

Tristram Orlander, author whose genius never came to flower, found himself not once but twice. The first time was in Granada, when he was recovering from a nervous breakdown...

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