E. V. Lucas | Critical Essay by St. John Adcock

This literature criticism consists of approximately 9 pages of analysis & critique of E. V. Lucas.
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Critical Essay by St. John Adcock

SOURCE: "E. V. Lucas," in The Glory That Was Grub Street: Impressions of Contemporary Authors, Frederick A. Stokes Company, 1928, pp. 191-201.

In the following essay, Adcock gives a laudatory overview of Lucas's career.

For the last half-hour I have been sitting with a sheet of paper in front of me urging myself to start writing about E. V. Lucas, but quite unable to make up my mind where I ought to begin or when and where I ought to leave off. For he has written fifty or sixty books—of travel, of stories, of art criticism, of essays, of biography, one play and half a dozen books for children; and this says nothing of six anthologies he has compiled, nor of books he has edited. Also there is his very first book, a book of verses all...

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