John Galsworthy | Literature Criticism Critical Essay by Percy Hutchison

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Critical Essay by Percy Hutchison

SOURCE: "New Tales of the Forsyte Clan," in The New York Times Book Review, October 12, 1930, p. 1.

In the following laudatory review of On Forsyte 'Change, Hutchison commends the insightful and familiar nature of the stories in the collection.

The nineteen stories in John Galsworthy's new volume are so many episodes, farcical, grave, satirical, as the case may be, in the lives of that Forsyte clan the history of which has for so long been the major occupation of England's distinguished novelist. No doubt there are persons who have never heard of the Forystes, but with these the present writer refuses to converse. He merely informs them that in On Forsyte 'Change they will find a collection of some of the very best short stories they have encountered in recent years, varied of mood and...

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