Reviewed in The Spectator.
Reviewed in The Mississippi Valley Historical Review © 1935.
Hudson Strode (October 31, 1892 – September 22, 1976) was an author and professor of creative writing at the University of Alabama. He taught at the University of Alabama from 1916 until his retirement in 1963. His creative writing classes gained international fame for the literary successes achieved by his students. Strode’s students published over 55 novels and 101 short stories. One of Strode's students was the author Borden Deal. Strode wrote several books on Scandinavian and Caribbean countries before turning to biography.