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In many ways Green Centuries is an expressive novel, successful within the limitations Miss Gordon imposed on herself. Her style is careful and exact, her ear for speech is unerring, and her eye for the precise detail is sure. The novel builds impact slowly and is more powerful in retrospect than as we read it first. The middle sections go on at too great length; and Archy Outlaw lacks force and development for a crucial character. As a result he cannot sustain interest in the chapters depicting the culture of the Indians.
Old Red and Other Stories. New York: Scribner's, 1963. (Contains "One Against Thebes," "Emmanuele! ") NONFICTION The House of Fiction: An Anthology of the Short Story, with Commentary by Caroline Gordon and Allen Tate. New York: Scribner's, 1950; second edition, 1960. ) "Some Readings and Misreadings," Sewanee Review, 61:384-407 (Summer 1953). "The Art and Mystery of Faith," Newman Annual, 1953, pp. 55-62. "Mr. Verver, Our National Hero," Sewanee Review, 63:29-47 (Winter 1955). How to Read a Novel.
Jacobs. Baltimore: Johns HopkinsPress, 1953. "Companions in the Blood," Sewanee Review, 64:645-51 (Autumn 1956). Lytle, Andrew N. "Caroline Gordon and the Historic Image," Sewanee Review, 57:560-86 (Autumn 1949). 47 FREDERICK P. W. M C D O W E L L . "The Forest of the South," Critique, 1:3-9 (Winter 1956). O'Connor, William Van. "Art and Miss Gordon" in The Grotesque: An American Genre and Other Essays. Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 1962. Ross, Danforth. "Caroline Gordon's Golden Ball," Critique, 1:67-73 (Winter 1956).