Tess Slesinger's 1934 novel, "The Unpossessed" details the ins and
outs and ups and downs of left-wing New York intellectual life and
features a cast of litterateurs, layabouts, lotharios, academic
activists, and fur-clad patrons of protest and the arts. This
cutting comedy about hard times, bad jobs, lousy marriages, little
magazines, high principles, and the morning after bears comparison
with the best work of Dawn Powell and Mary McCarthy.
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