“To read O’Hara is to discover how much more people used to say and do, in private, than most novelists, even daring ones, could bring themselves to write.”
Read editor Lorin Stein’s introduction to a new edition of John O’Hara’s BUtterfield 8.

“To read O’Hara is to discover how much more people used to say and do, in private, than most novelists, even daring ones, could bring themselves to write.”

Read editor Lorin Stein’s introduction to a new edition of John O’Hara’s BUtterfield 8.

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