Opinions of Oliver Allston

Brooks, Van Wyck
March 1941
New Republic;3/10/41, Vol. 104 Issue 10, p336
Focuses on writer Oliver Allston and his works. Recollection of the death of writers such as John Ruskin and Algernon Charles Swinburne by Allston; Influence of the novels of writer William Dean Howells on him; Information on his interest in literature since his schooldays; Development of his professional career; Regret of Allston that he had begun writing at an early age; Reference to his slow development in the literary field.


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