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Critical Essay by Louise Maunsell Field

SOURCE: "Mr. Galsworthy in War and Peace," in The New York Times Review of Books, March 28, 1920, p. 139.

Below, Field commends Galsworthy's attention to beauty in Tatterdemalion.

If one were to try to sum up in a single word that for which John Galsworthy stands, both in the matter of expression and of creed, it would seem inevitable that the word should be "beauty." Beauty of expression, in the style whose exquisite finish is flowerlike in its all but flawless perfection, yet resembles a hot-house flower in that it is no untrained thing, but at once natural and carefully, skilfully cultivated. Beauty, too, as a creed, expressed in many different books, yet never—to our recollection, at least—so briefly and completely as in the sketch or essay, whichever you may choose to call...

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