Fiction: Recent Books: Mar. 29, 1937

ALL GOOD AMERICANS—Jerome Bahr— Scribner ($2.50). Thirteen short stories in a Winesburg, Ohio framework, by a young writer whose talent will bear watching. Novelist Ernest Hemingway praises these stories for "their solid, youthful worth, their irony, their humor, their peasant lustiness." ALLI'S SON—Magnhild Haalke—Knopf ($2.50). Sombre Norwegian story of a young sailor's wife whose son becomes a psychopathic case; a first novel recommended to U. S. readers by Nobel Prize-winner Sigrid Undset.

THE GODS ARRIVE—Grant Lewi—Lippincott ($2.50). Comfortably overstuffed Depression chronicle of a 26-year-old Albany blueblood who deserts his family for...

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