Review of Frank Dalby Davison by Louise E. Rorabacher and Eleanor Dark by A. Grove Day
Twayne's World Authors Scries, now well established and widely known, covers authors of varying importance. Any critic motivated by interest and the consciousness of labour expended on a particular author does not wish to see extensive research unpublished: he should not have much trouble in filling out his 150-200 pages. This danger is obvious enough—a conscientious job of work is not always necessarily necessary; so a minor author may find a place in the pantheon when he may deserve a niche in a less imposing array.
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