Lawrence, Jeannie Edna
This is a mongrel work; let him who would read it be aware. The conception is that of a novel, though the execution results in something approximately the length of a short story. Characters are not fully sketched through their development, though development is indicated by the plot. There are serious gaps in time sequence. These are recognized deficiencies; the only defense that can be made is that time has run out. Where the pen should be taken in hand to complete a portrait, time has snatched it away, sternly saying that it will allow nothing more to be finished.
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