Books: Hurstwurst

ANITRA'S DANCE—Fannie Hurst—Har-per ($2.50). "The world wagged. Sophie wagged. Waxman wagged. How furiously it all wagged and wagged." With such arrestingly waggish words Author Fannie Hurst (Mrs. Jacques S. Danielson) this week slapped down the first course of her latest table d'hote, Anitra's Dance. Many a reader whose appetite rejoices in hearty fare tucked in his napkin, smacked his lips and fell to with a will. His nose immediately told him that here was another full-fleshed Hurstwurst, stuffed to bursting point, garnished with garlic, well-lapped in rich gravy. Critics of Fannie Hurst...

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