The House Behind the Cedars. By C. W. Chesnutt. PP. 294. Houghton, Mifflin & Co. $1.50.
Deals ably with the painful consequences at the South of possessing the least infusion of Negro blood. Sad but finely conceived and written. A powerful, interesting story.
Review of The House Behind the Cedars, in "The New Books," The Congregationalist [Boston] 85 (Dec. 1, 1900): 796.