Elinor Glyn | Critical Essay by Isabel Paterson

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Critical Essay by Isabel Paterson

SOURCE: "A Review", in The New York Herald Tribune Books, v. 13, January 24, 1937, 13 p.

In the following essay, Paterson praises Glyn's autobiography Romantic Adventure.

The tiger skin was real. Readers who like to know whether or not a novel is "true" will be glad to check up on this historic item by turning to page 127 of Mrs. Glyn's autobiography [Romantic Adventure], in which she Tells All. They may, however, be a trifle disappointed by the innocent comedy of the facts. During the summer of 1902 Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Glyn made a brief sojourn in Lucerne. "The setting was ideally romantic," but Mr. Glyn apparently took scenery for granted, and laughed at his charming young wife's enthusiasm. One day it rained, and the atmospheric pressure caused a slight domestic disharmony—nothing serious. There was a fur shop adjoining the hotel, with...

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