Mature Proletarian Fiction
by Charles Angoff - 1936
IN THIS very able novel, Miss Burke largely fulfills the high promise of her earlier book, Call Home the Heart. She knows the South as few other fiction writers know it, certainly far better than Erskine Caldwell, and what she has to say about the people down there is extraordinarily mature, full-blooded, and delicately sympathetic.
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