George Moore (novelist) | Literature Criticism Critical Essay by The Times Literary Supplement

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SOURCE: A review of A Story-Teller's Holiday, in The Times Literary Supplement, No. 1402, December 13, 1928, p. 984.

In the following essay, the critic favorably assesses stylistic aspects of A Story-Teller's Holiday.

In [a two-volume] uniform edition of Mr. George Moore's works, Ulick and Sorocha has been revised and made an integral part of A Story Teller's Holiday. Both of these books have only appeared previously in limited editions. After Ulick and Soracha a new story has been added to this sequence of tales, which are connected by the pleasing convention that they are told either by Mr. Moore himself or by an Irish peasant "shanachie," or story-teller, when walking together in Ireland. The new story, that of "Dinol and Crede," though it is very short, rounds off the other stories...

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