"… Cabbages and Kings is a book of very unusual interest and cleverness. The general popularity will necessarily be limited by the fact that it is essentially a man's book -- above all the kind of man who at some time of his life has felt the nostalgia strong upon him and yearned to slake his thirst with the drinks of home…"
"O. Henry's 'Cabbages and Kings.'"
Critic: Stanhope Searles.
The Bookman, New York, Vol. XX, No. 6, February, 1905, pp. 561-62. Reprinted inTwentieth-Century Literary Criticism, Vol. 19.
how is the reading of 'Cabbages and Kings' going? See you on Wednesday!