Books: Recent Non-Fiction, Nov. 5, 1945

THE UNQUIET GRAVE — "Palinurus" (Cyril Connolly]—Harper ($2.50). Cyril Connolly is a British writer of a type almost unknown in the U.S.: an essayist (Enemies of Promise), critic and editor whose influence is as great as his output is small. During the past six years, his bright literary monthly, Horizon, has become must reading for British intellectuals. In The Unquiet Grave, Critic Connolly lets his sizable group of followers down. He serves up a bitter salad of clever preciosity and engaging self-pity: a collection of notes about love, art and religion jotted down...

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