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ph_0111207122-Wescott.jpg Glenway Wescott Published by Salem Press, Inc.

Glenway Wescott honed his writing skills early in his career by writing poetry: The Bitterns (1920) and Natives of Rock (1925). He went on to write three novels, The Apple of the Eye (1924), The Grandmothers (1927), and Apartment in Athens (1945), and two volumes of essays, Fear and Trembling (1932) and Images of Truth (1962). Additional works include a hagiography entitled A Calendar of Saints for Unbelievers (1932) and a nonfiction volume, The Best of All Possible Worlds: Journals, Letters, and Remembrances, 1914-1937 (1975).