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Author: James Branch Cabell
Few of the more astute critics who have appraised the work of James Branch Cabell have failed to call attention to that extraordinary cohesion which makes his very latest novel a further flowering of the seed of his very earliest literary work.
this book is more suited for a granny. I had to skip most of the poetic pages. It's a good book; just too dull.
Very slow moving. The literary device of reading from memoirs wears thin. Nice poetry but slows the pace of the plot to a crawl. Strong period flavor.
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