Fighting the Current: The Life and Work of Evelyn Scottby Mary Wheeling White, Fred Hobson (Editor)
All but forgotten by the time of her death, Evelyn Scott (1893-1963) was one of the most active, creative minds among the American modernists. She is best known for her autobiography ESCAPADE (1923), a shocking first novel, THE NARROW HOUSE (1921), and an acclaimed Civil War book, THE WAVE (1929). Here Mary Wheeling White gives Scott's life and writing the recognition they deserve. 8 photos.
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