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Critical Essay by P. C. Gupta

SOURCE: "The Short Stories of Galsworthy and Other Studies," in The Art of Galsworthy and Other Studies, Vidyarthi Granthagar, 1963, pp. 53-60.

In the following excerpt, Gupta provides a thematic analysis of Galsworthy's short stories, concluding that his body of work is "truly impressive in its range and compass. "

Galsworthy wrote a large number of short stories of various lengths, some like "A Stoic" or "Salvation of a Forsyte," almost novelettes, others mere skits like "Nightmare Child," "Strange Things," "Expectations," or "A Woman." These are an organic part of his work as a writer of fiction and "help to fill in and round out" the corners in his work. They are, like the Interludes in the Forsyte Chronicles, pendents or "cameos...

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