Miss Willa Cather’s “One of Ours” is centered on one person, Claude, the fine and lovable though not very articulate farm lad of Nebraska. As Dorothy Canfield puts it in a review of Miss Cather’s admirable book, it “is the whole purpose of the novel to make us see and f... Read More | Share it now!
Mr. Poole’s “Millions” is in one sense slight, for it is brief, involves few characters, and is centered on one situation. But its very simplicity is its strength. The theme interests one singularly, because it is that of a test of human nature-whether a woman’s honor and con... Read More | Share it now!