Home Imported Underwater

ica, disappearing in the smoke and clangor of wartime. B.F.'srnDaughter (1946), which the author called "a novel of manners"rndrawn from his wartime service in Washington, contains arnscoffing portrait of a New Deal speechwriter, Tom Brett, demoticrnon the surface but walking evidence that "all liberalsrnwere turning into self . . .

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