"A Good Woman" is the last of a series of four novels dealing from various angles with a strongly marked phase of American life. The book was planned, without being in any sense a sequel, as part of a picture which includes three other sections--"The Green Bay Tree," "Possession" and "Early Autumn." Taken together the four might be considered as a single novel with the all-encompassing title "Escape."
Paris, June 15, 1927.
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