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Excerpt from The Women Who Make Our Novels
The order in which authors are taken up in the book is accidental and therefore meaningless. The reader is recommended to follow his own inclination in perusing the chapters. They are entirely detached from each other, as are the subjects considered except for an occasional reference, in discussing one, to an other's work. These references, and in fact all the discussions of various books, are to be taken as ex pository and not critical. If a thing is stated to be good, bad or indifferent the statement is made as a statement of fact and not of personal opinion.
The justification of this book is the need of it. It is ridiculous that there should be nothing easily ac cessible about such writers as Edith Wharton, Ellen Glasgow, Kathleen Norris, Mary Johnston, Mary S.
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bound: 412 pages
publisher: Forgotten Books (April 19, 2017)
isbn: 1331812917, 978-1331812913,
weight: 1.2 pounds (