Ogden Nash | Literature Criticism Critical Review by Lisle Bell

This literature criticism consists of approximately 2 pages of analysis & critique of Ogden Nash.
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Critical Review by Lisle Bell

SOURCE: "Goofy Gallopings in Verse," in The New York Herald Tribune Books, Vol. 11, No. 24, February 17, 1935, p. 2.

In the following review of The Primrose Path, Bell praises Nash's trailblazing verse and examines several themes present in the collection.

Opposite the title page of The Primrose Path there is a list of "other books by Ogden Nash" and one of them, we observe with mild surprise, is The Primrose Path. If there were some other author we'd call this a discrepancy, but with Mr. Nash one can't be certain. Quite possibly he devotes all his spare time to primrose pathfinding, and for the sake of a little privacy he may have a hidden primrose path from which the public is excluded—though that would be a crime.

A Daniel Boone on the fantastic...

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