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ri Charles Srrilfnr Sen Efl
The German Eulenspiegel Legend
Made Over Inte a Flemish Epic
j'TMlAT n real hook villi curvlvp nllMiinml Inte something illffprent. Ills
"- sorts nr iipglppt Is pros oil liy (he to te
ival of intprrn In Clinrlps De Cos Ces
tot 's "The1 l.pgptitl of ripiiMpli'Kcl," ti
liniisliitinn of vvliieli lias ju"t been pub
lished li Dnubledn.v. I'iirc j. Ce., in
Dc CesIpi ln a Holdim, born 111
Munich while lilt fntltpr was nttnelied
te the limiM-held of the pnpnl niiiii'ln
In t lie Itiiinrlim ;.ipilnl. Ills home
pvns In Llpgp. He deveteel hlmpf te
i llternturp nntl um nsseeintPd with a
1 tlUlllllPI' Of JOllllg I11PI1 in
t-linrl - li imI
wrote verse uiul nroe nnil he sppnl
ii celli RC
honk l a rontempernty Mery of the re-
ell of tin- Nrllipi lands, told fiem the
point of lc of thp simple prep'?.
Mntlry til hi Mie'ef'thfi Hutch
llcimlilir" and "The Unicd .cther
landi" Inn tnlit the iteiiQU a differ
cut hut much tci aiaphie ttfty.
A In t
ife of l'lillip II. wlie wnt liem
he s.iine I par lis llip I li'lsipgel
founding II , f li., intii.r u'tnld nliaie with llinl of
llteiuiy publication. Hsl.i.,. . here. Tlie father of I leu-
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tl... 1-.. .... .. i.ie li fl, ItpiPKPI W" lliMUMiii. in nun iMiin... ..-
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A New Nevel by the Auther of
TO HAVE AND TO HOLD
nt H low tirli'p. tlmt iIip fnmp of tin1
work was spread outside of n sinnll
clri'lp. An nbrldspd I'nRlI"li trniiln
t Ien nns piibllohed in tills country two
or thrpp years ape. TIip present n nn--latlen
is ceniilptP Tliat It Is ipgiinled
ns worth while by the publishes who
1siip it should console ltp Cesier. If
lie Is aware of whnt happens nineiis
tin! IiMuk. for the negleet from which
lie suffered duilni; his life.
Itut pmthnntnu fnmr, yrnliuir;
n it mil' hi te thr dwenrnntf ipfif.
iicki mmh' ttfr en; emirr or thr
In inn mun nf trttrri.
Slir l'Al'I. IUKKS
llrillslt spy in Huvsla, who lias
of his eeripnrcs in a lioeli
THE REAL THING
tnlns iIiIiiipp of the tipacherj of l.R
inent. And at the enil Iip dips, enl te
ii-.p fietu the prae betetise the spirit
nt rinmlera innnet be killed. I
Tlie book is n reirmrknbln llteiary I
iiPliiPM'inpnt it will in dlifipuli te nanu! Hazardous Adventures of
n ether book m which the suppiti- i British Spy in Russia Mere
Thrilling Than Fiction
111" rienspii'RPl of Mc CestPr i net
I'uleiispiegel of thp (Jenil'lli
leceinl. The tiprmnn iienant. iireund
whom the KitlenspipRel leseml his gath
ereii. was brirn in tlie fourteenth peti
tien, the intolerance, the sensiialitv
of the period arp se falthfull; Ml forth,
lie CeMpr tnlRlit liaM' bt'en a ceuteni
perarv of ripii-plcgel writinz from Ills
point of view with no knewleilRP of nil
that has happened In the IntencniuR
ppiit'liips Thorp l net a false mile in
It from the first pbrp te the last. TIip
characters IipIIpxp In witchcraft. Tlrj
believe that the devil vUlts the earth in j row
person and debauches slllv women. One
or the ihiiracteis has a dntiahtcr whom
she brllees is a child of thp tlell. Tlu
ilauchtei is reared ns the fester sister
Mery of the Ingenuity of n spy In es
caping capture. If novelists de net
'resort te' it In thp futuip for detail In
thp construction of nilventurc stories It
i will net be brcnttm It lacks that sort
of thing. Incidental!., flip book revcali
tlie mctiieus or the despots wne are in
power' In Ilussla nt the present time
and their utter disregard for the rights
of e,pr,v one who did net hall thciri ns
the saviors of the nation, ll Is n his his
terical document of considerable Inter
est and importance.
A Deg and a Man
Albert l'aysen Terhiitic's new deg
story. "Ills Deg." which 13. 1. Dutten
Jt f l,a.n lu. .wiltlltlinl Intlu II fnln
'of the relations between n man nntl n
deg n man en the down grade, n lonely
fnnti lltln In 11 rnmnlinrklp llOUSA Oil
1 n stenv. cheerless New Jersey farm, nnd
rnpidly illslfltegralliig through theer
lenelliipss and hepelpssnpss, and a opttyt epttyt
dld big celllp. Apeldent brings them
together nnd mutual service cements be
tween them n filcmlslilp nnd love whose
Power surmounts nil ether censidcrn-
i liens, It Is a touching sterj , notable
for Its Insight Inte both human nnil
deg nature, and Is told with Mr. fIVr
hunt's wide knowledge of collie dogs,
which hp has shown before In his deg
uterles, "Lad" nnd "llrupc. '
Des Patios' First Nevel
Cimrsfi H. Dornn Cemnanv has pur
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Passes' first novel. "One Man's Initia
tion." This book was published In
I'ng'and during the war nnd prpnted a
tin He was an li responsible jei.pr , ( f vipnspiegel nnd n the book t.ipnies
and neer-de-wcll of Saxony who went h ,I)0ther spirit of the Nethetlands.
lai.j Thiiips that h. nee, dul e K'l. i- hmiI. Hie two see in ll'in
that liappened Ions jenis after Iip dlpd the spirits of the earth, who send them
an ii rihed te him. nisi ns a 11111111111110,01.1 te dotre the -ev-ii giants who aie
of lorie of which Lincoln neer heaid ln.iing wane the kingdoms of thp world
aie snld te have been told b blm te tl t10 end tliev leain that these giants
some one who met him lu the White .iri, ,um, and Amice. and (ilutten.
Uoil'e Hut the (erman Ihilpuspiegpl 'nm Stllti.ir mcps wlibh must be trnns-
r iiwigmis uiu in. puiiieM' in mi flm-,i ., !, .,, Thrift nnd An-
pelilP and the like.
tCotme Hamilton, in the
Philadelphia Ledger, says:
1 knew of no book te which "Silver
ICreit' can be cemnared. it standi by
itself. jut a de the munc of tKe 'Coq
d'Or.' It ii a fine, splendid thina. and
Itheutd tweep ever the Enghih-speaVinf
(World like n tidal wave.
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llITTLE, BROWN & COMPANY
Ind ii" puipesr in what
he did. Up wns content with the sport
thnt lie rei out of Irs pianks.
Ip Cester's I'lensplesel is the liro lire
nrpssiblp spirit of llbert in the Nether
lands of the sttoeiith centuij 'I he
name Is a eentrm tien of the Flemish
'in leden splegel." meiinlng "jour mir- ,
rer." nnd was given te the Flemish
lieasnnt in allusion te one of Ills pranks
He went about the count r with a
tent and ,1 pit Hire frame We set tlie
frame up in tlie tent mill iinneiiin ed
that he bad ,1 mirror within In wlilih
ativ one leuhl -ee hi- real character
Vhen a glutton enlered I lensplpgpl
would heist a pis up Inte tlie flame, 1
and "e en for nil sorts of people.
But De C'e-ter Ins made u-e of a
ensliler.ililu parr of the Kulen-plesel
Ipgenil In tlie ileMlepmenf of the pi.mk
ih 1 hariu'ter of In- heie. I'm he In
uxil it as freelv a- Habe'ii- 11-nl the 1
leRciid of tl Id slants in bis "(lai-
smitua and lVntngrtiPl " lie ha-tak n
the raw material mid digested it and
Thr hnnl 11 nil nlWnery, hut thr
nltrnnr dnr wet edurfe iftrl. e
im te mulr it a piinahh nnd pimrhu
document. It m inlUckitialil prank,
iih nn thr wjnrr, Thr mrniiiiil
iilMtf he teunht fm .
should be -aid of the
bv F. M Atkinson
lie has put 1 he original Inte ignreil
idiomatic Kneiish with such -1 111 tlini
lint once will the reader get the im
pulsion that he is tending n translation.
It i- the Kngli-h of the sixteenth or
seventeenth century and fitn the narra
tive a- though H had bem the tongue In
whlili it was first written Se few
translation- nre made by anj one with
literal y perceptions that spicial prai-e
should be given te such weil: as Mi.
Atkinson ha den !. W. I),
Fiction, Fishing and Criticism
If Sir Paul Dukes, who sp,vpd
Hussln as a iiiuiiiber of the secret serv
ice of the British (Severnmeiit, had
ihoseu in wiite n spy novel based en
bis experleneps lie could mil have wilt
ten a meip thrilling book tbnn the nc
tun story of what Iip saw and did, which
appears in "Hed Dusk and the Mer-
I Deublcdnj , Page ic Ce.)
Sir Paul wns In ppril of his lift from
the moment Iip crossed the Finnish
frontier into Kiis-ln. Yet he did his
work nnd wns in eentnet with spies of
the Soviet (levernment. whom he used
for his own purposes. Including nsslst
fug the wife of nn I'ngllshmnn te es
cape from the country. The Soviet
tiRents winked for theie who would pay
them the most tuetipy and Sir Paul had
(tieilgh te buy tin1 KPrvicp that Iip de
sired. Yet lie had te act di-creetlj . In
order te pretpct his life he raiph slept
In the same plate twice. lie went'
under se many different names that he
1 an net remciiibei nil of them, lie as
sumed different disguises and made
himself unipcegniablc by his old friends
in Petregrnd. where he had lived for,
several jtnrs before the war. lie PU'ti 1
enll-ted In thu Soviet Armv, and it was1
through thp assi-tuncp of his command
ing officer thnt Iip finally csenped from
the country when his work was finished.
Tlie army was filled with men who were
wearing the uniform under meial com
pulsion, but they were willing, as Sir
Paul discovered, te protect tho-e whom
the Soviet was trying te ile-nej.
The book Is chlcflv Intel I'sting ns the
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Kitn. ihe iinletteied bin attrailhe
dnughtei of 1111 Ihigli-h tavern keiper.
fall- 111 love with the son of ' gentrv
He ha- the milking "f a veil nun. bin
has been 1 eddlpil and pe'ted until he i
.1 1vp1e.1l ' ui'iiumii - pit " IP- niai
ri ige i- his tir-t su.11 k of independent
action and pieies viitualiv Ins last'
until lie blows out hi- brains About
these lentral hgmes pled 01 skip hnlf
11 deen mere whose little leinnnie- anil
iieubles make up the background of j
' The Phaiisei- " while haul v note nete note
werths iither In ilipnip e' tieiiimiit
milijte- tlie 1 iintiuued iihani 1 ne'iit of
Mi tiibben in Ih" tii'd of tii 1 1r.11 Hei
tuili -' ellis tu he 1 11,11 icti I I Hint lilh
plot or -itu.ru n
Germany hated E.
because he was the
first writer of fiction
te proclaim the Teu
tonic menace. Will
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tions and the disarm
remove all threats of
war. or will Mr. Op
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te be a true prophet?
A Faacinating Story of
World Politics in 1934
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Man wait 'meiinni ' tinil-
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211I iiiniuns anav from the ncni with
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man i" In- own unisin
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gnl who inlmlis -he ha- 1 i-t find a
shot at her spini-e, wins,. n,,)j ,i
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mnu. sucks 1 1 ,s,. te his cliitti bv Inn
ins his Indians mi.v snrli surprising
I nsa 11 'I ns a men stripling un--ul
te battle ' "I then bet' ci gl t iih '
mil 'Tis pa-sing stranse ' Hut out
Mile these and oilier d1 1 ejue lapsis,
- Tin l.adv f .Nn tli Star ' - a falrlv
itiRie-sIng 11 v 'civ -ten It lias liianv
I e ibilitlis lli.'il eicnis- ihe reader ill 1
tl telling, eitti if the unfuMuiR proves
1 out eiitiOlllllUld
with him. There are te be i-een the
beat, the lelsteis, the nets, a m-hleu!
for the fisheiman te rest en. his book'
of flies and above all n fat-bellied, I
blm U liettb suggestive of main things,
nil connected with fishing Suielv,1
lnanv 11 itieit eye will -trnv from tlie
printed page back te the deal, forgotten
ilujs a- this pictiiip tlnslie- into view.
(). tenipera. (I 111010s, I) Velstead! '
I he n'lirint of this rme wmk. with'
it- Information and meditation, will
pmvc a been te anglers because Sciepe's '
lioek is rlRhtlv considered worthy of
pinie lie-ide 1aak Walten Salmen
lisluns 1- net m widely known heie as j
along Iht Tweed, but It i- mtei e-ttng '
te these who love a battle with a same
fee And what Screpc doesn't knew
about salmon, II. '1' Mieinigliam ti-h-lug
editor of The Field, has supplied
JOHN' JAY CHAPMAN, publicist and
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Menihlv Piessi Tin-1-
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nig the poi t -all Jim r si
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