Elinor Glyn | Critical Essay by The New York Times Saturday Review of Books

This literature criticism consists of approximately 4 pages of analysis & critique of Elinor Glyn.
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Critical Essay by The New York Times Saturday Review of Books

SOURCE: "Mrs. Glyn's Ideas of America", in The New York Times Saturday Review of Books, May 22, 1909, 321 p.

In the following review, the critic praises Glyn's novel Elizabeth Visits America, but accuses Glyn of pandering to the American public with her portrayals of Americans.

Mrs. Elinor Glyn has made a book about her recent visit to the United States of America following upon the splutter and splash among the talkative and unsophisticated which was caused by the spectacular plunge of her lady of the famous tiger skin into public notice. To be sure, readers trained in the French school of scandal found it a dull Three Weeks, for all the black and gold glamour of the tiger skin and the regal splendor of the lady from Eastern Europe, with...

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