Mrs. Miller's subtle irony and delightful humor have never shown to better advantage than in her new novel of Newport and the clash of social ideas. The Bolshevist's encounter with the Beauty's capitalist father makes spirited and entertaining reading--and more, for Mrs. Miller never stops at surface portrayals of people or ideas.
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