Upon the whole, "The Dominant Strain" is a novel of uncommon merit. It is full of refinement and charm, witty in the light toss of conversation, true in its criticisms, and charged with a thoroughly human interest. Its thesis is one of far-reaching importance, and the author has tactfully permitted it to speak for itself. The book has its message of value as well as its mission of recreation. -- New York Times
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