Fiction: Recent Books: Mar. 8, 1937

STILL IS THE SUMMER NIGHT—August Derleth—Scribner ($2.50). Dramatic story of two brothers' love for one woman (conclusion inevitable), fluently told against an interesting background of smalltown Wisconsin life in the 1880s.

THE STRANGER PRINCE—Margaret Irwin—Harcourt, Brace ($2.50). Long, brightly costumed historical romance detailing the career of Rupert the Devil, most feared Cavalier fighter in England's Civil Wars.

RORY AND BRAN—Lord Dunsany—Putnam ($2.50). Adventures of a half-wit youth and his dog in the pixillated Irish countryside; in the same vein but not the same class as James Stephens' Crock of GoId.


THE MARCH OF JAPAN—Edgar Lajtha—Stokes ($3). A useful primer on still-unfamiliar Japan, her...

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