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Critical Essay by Gladys Graham Bates It is strange, but desperately appropriate in these bitter days, to open a novel upon no heroine, no hero, and no peculiar personal problem. To find rather upon t... Read more
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Critical Essay by Thomas Curley ["First Papers"] is a long book in the midst of which the neurotic reviewer is apt to mutter, "Still so much to go?" But the reader who does... Read more
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Critical Essay by Felicia Lamport [First Papers is a] leisurely, warm-hearted novel…. [Laura Hobson] writes with sympathy and affection of Stefan Ivarin, an intelligent, idealistic Russian immi... Read more
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Critical Essay by Publishers Weekly [In Hobson's Over and Above] theme is writ large, almost obscuring the characterizations designed to bring it to life. She examines the dilemmas and complexi... Read more
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Critical Essay by Joan P. Leb Three generations of Maxe women interact in this novel [Over and Above] set in New York from the time of the UN resolution on Zionism to the events of Entebbe…. Ho... Read more
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Critical Essay by Nora Johnson That money corrupts is a cliché dear to our hearts, and the [heroine of Laura Hobson's "Untold Millions" opposes] … that corruption in... Read more
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Critical Essay by Eleanor P. Denuel Veteran author Laura Hobson has [in Untold Millions] another novel with a message: sometimes we must pay a great price for something. The particular thing this time... Read more
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Critical Essay by Florence Haxton Bullock [The] dominant theme of "The Trespassers" is not Vera's and Jasper's affair—though that, sometimes piercingly sweet, someti... Read more
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Critical Essay by Marjorie Farber Not all the mistakes of America can be blamed on the State Department. Some are collective immoralities, such as the discrepancy between our pretensions as a land of ... Read more
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Critical Essay by The Christian Science Monitor [In "The Other Father," Laura Hobson] has written another study in human relationships. But the implications this time are less social and... Read more