Mary Ellen Chase | Literature Criticism Critical Review by Rose Feld

This literature criticism consists of approximately 6 pages of analysis & critique of Mary Ellen Chase.
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Critical Review by Rose Feld

SOURCE: Feld, Rose. “Land, Sea and Man: A Splendid Way of Life.” New York Herald Tribune Books (16 November 1941): 1-2.

In the following review, Feld paints a glowing picture of Windswept, Chase's novel of the Maine seacoast.

Out of a deep feeling for a stretch of sea-bitten land, out of a profound respect for simple humankind, out of a warm and friendly erudition, Mary Ellen Chase has fashioned a glowing and lasting novel. When most of this year's crop of fiction is forgotten readers will turn to Windswept, to savor again its moods of nature, its diversity of character and its pervading philosophy of strength. To call the book a story about Maine is to give it scant stature; an ocean ever varying in color and sound embraces the miles of rugged land which Philip...

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