Letters: James Branch Cabell

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books would disappear far more rapidlyrnfrom the shelves of my favorite bouquinistesrnthan those of other writers presumablyrnin fashion.rnConsiderations of Cabell are todayrnsadly limited to Wilson's excellent essayrnin The Bit between My Teeth, the thirdrnvolume of his chronicles, and to VernonrnParrington's thoughtful assessment inrnMain Currents in American Thought . . .

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