Elizabeth D. Wheatley (essay date 1932)
SOURCE: "Norman Douglas," in The Sewanee Review, Vol. XL, No. 1, January, 1932, pp. 55-67.
[In the following essay, Wheatley surveys such major works by Douglas as South Wind, Experiments, and Goodbye to Western Culture, commenting favorably on his main themes and style and comparing his main themes and style and comparing his writings to those of other authors, both contemporary and classical.]
Here in America and perhaps in general elsewhere, Norman Douglas has suffered from neglect. Except for the attention paid to South Wind and the rather craven acceptance of Goodbye to Western Culture, he has not been properly introduced...
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