Personality Plus | Literature Criticism Critical Review by The New York Times Book Review

This literature criticism consists of approximately 2 pages of analysis & critique of Personality Plus.
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Critical Review by The New York Times Book Review

SOURCE: A review of Personality Plus: Some Experiences of Emma McChesney and Her Son, Jock, in The New York Times Book Review, September 20, 1914, p. 386.

In the following favorable review of Personality Plus, the critic discusses the "fine human quality in these stories."

All those who know and love Emma McChesney—to know her and to love her being one and the same thing—will be interested in the career of the son Jock whose "yellow streak," inherited from a worthless father, caused his plucky mother so many, anxious moments. In the five stories gathered together in this volume under the title of one of them, Personality Plus, Miss Ferber tells us what happened to Jock—and his mother—when that self-confident young man graduated from college and went into the advertising...

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