Books: Novelette Finalists

REMEMBERING LAUGHTER—Wallace Stegner A CARGO OF PARROTS— R. Hernekin Baptist LOVING MEMORY—James Hill THIS MAN, JOE MURRAY

—William Corcoran NIGHT AT HOGWALLOW— Theodore Strauss One of the scarcest forms of U. S. literature, the novelette until recently has been catalogued by U. S. publishers as a fiction, freak. To support this view, publishers could name on the fingers of one hand such lonely little albinos as Edith Wharton's Ethan Frame, Willa Gather's A Lost Lady, Christopher Morley's Where the Blue Begins. But since the appearance of such big white-headed boys as Anthony...

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