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Critical Review by Isabel Currier

SOURCE: "Manhattan Summer Music," in New York Herald Tribune Books, February 13, 1938, p. 5.

In the following review, Currier favorably assesses the characterizations and plotlines of "Nobody's In Town" and "Trees Die at the Top," the two novellas in Nobody's In Town.

"Everybody who is anybody" leaves New York in the summertime, seeking escape from the heat. After they have gone "The Little People … claim the New York that is rightfully theirs." Anonymously, they continue the routine of their days to keep the city of the world fed and thirst-free and clean. The great machinery of massed life never stops, and those who keep it running are unaware that "Nobody's In Town." They are unaware, too, of the intergrooving of their lives to form the arteries...

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