Books: Recent & Readable: Sep. 2, 1940

AND SO TO BATH—Cecil Roberts—Macmillian ($3). A sentimental journey along the London-Bath express highway by Briton Cecil Roberts, indefatigable World War I correspondent, novelist, lecturer, editor. A pleasant, journalistic exhumation of such folk as John Milton, Highwayman Dick Turpin, Henry VIII, Novelist Samuel Richardson, Pocahontas, the Duchess of Kingston, who two centuries ago attended a ball wearing only a pair of shoes, a sprig of ivy.

WODEHOUSE ON GOLF — P. G. Wodehouse — Doubleday, Doran ($2.50). Last week Author Wodehouse, captured by the Germans, was reported still at Le Touquet. In this collection of reprints, some dating from 1910, Wodehouse's bland,...

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