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YOU CAN'T GO HOME AGAIN — Thomas Wolfe— Harper ($3).

"Something has spoken to me in the night . . ." wrote Thomas Clayton Wolfe on the last page of his last novel — You Can't Go Home Again — "something has spoken in the night, and told me that I shall die, I know not where." Wolfe died in Baltimore in 1938. He was 37. He had published two long novels, Look Homeward, Angel (1929) and Of Time and the River (1935). Then as if in premonition of his death, Wolfe began to write so furiously that he became the first...

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