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Critical Essay by Outlook

SOURCE: A review of Under the Crust, in Outlook, Vol. 131, August 16, 1922, pp. 742-43.

In the excerpt below, the critic admires Page for his traditional values and his protest against vulgarity in Under the Crust.

[Page] has the American temperament and the American point of view; he believes instinctively in the best things, and he has the courage of a great hope. A Virginian of the Virginians, he has been the secretary and recorder of a form of social life which had the charm of lavish hospitality, of gracious manners, of a generous habit of life, and of a keen sense of personal dignity. Of that old order there are no more charming reports than "Meh Lady" and "Marse Chan," nor are these unaffected and deeply human interpretations of a vanished social order likely to be surpassed in the...

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