Books: Fiction: May 7, 1928


ALICE IN THE DELIGHTED STATES—Edward Hope—Lincoln MacVeagh, Dial Press ($2.50).

Alice in Wonderland, loved these many years by doctor, lawyer, merchant, chief, was also loved by a newspaperman—very, very much. The offshoot of the affair was a daughter, also Alice, who started her pilgrimage through North Hysterica just as her mother's manuscript body was being cruelly contested by the book-collectors. Once in the Delighted States, by way of the stem of a drinking glass, Alice Jr. revolved with the Rotarians round a luncheon table, but when she refused to make a speech...

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