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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