Books: In Flanders Fey

THE WOLF AT THE DOOR—Robert Francis—Houghton Mifflin ($2.50).

In 1928 appeared a U. S. translation of The Wanderer, by one Alain Fournier, an un-Gallic romantic masterpiece of the same order as W. H. Hudson's Green Mansions and Kenneth Grahame's The Golden Age. Author Alain Fournier was killed in the War, and The Wanderer was his only book, but that his influence was still alive in France was shown last week, with the U. S. publication of "Robert Francis' " The Wolf at the Door (original title: La Grange aux Trois Belles). As different as...

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