Letters, Nov. 18, 1946

Bloomp & Chemistry Sirs:

"... Tone which resounds through all of O'Neill's work like the ringing of red iron on an anvil" [TIME, Oct. 21].

Beautiful words, but red iron is soft and goes "bloomp" instead of ringing.

H. E. GHOLSON Clarksville, Tenn.

¶ The Anvil Chorus was ringing in TIME'S ear.—ED.

Sirs:

". . . For there is no chemistry to equal that which works in the marriage of catastrophe with a courageous heart." That, for this writer's money, is fine writing. Perhaps, if Mr. O'Neill took that sentence for the theme of a new...

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