If Winter Comes

by Arthur Stuart-Menteth Hutchinson

"'If Winter Comes' is a novel which may well live as long as the poem has lived. It is an artist's book its structure as close and exquisite as a flower, its humor pervasive, its character studies keen and varied, its personal note spicy and fresh, and, best of all, its dealing with the great fundamentals of life and death, of God and the soul, courageous, poignant, intuitive and nobly Christian." Heloise E. Hersey in the Atlantic Monthly, Boston. (1922 Bestseller of the year.)

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excellent
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