EPSTEIN. I returned to America in 1927 after very many years absence. The papers announced my intention of settling down there permanently, and evidently inspired by some misguided friends of mine, who resented the treatment I had received, they had headlines, EPSTEIN SHAKES THE DUST OF ENGLAND FROM HIS FEET. I had not, of course, the slightest intention of leaving England for ever, and in fact I only stayed in America for four months. But I have a great love for the country and was most interested in all that I saw in that short time.
A. L. H. America has taken a very definite position in present day literature. She has created a school of her own with something really American to express, and whatever we may say in England, a virile American language is growing daily. She is also a pioneer in the new architecture. Are there at present any signs of a real American sculpture?
EPSTEIN. There are many excellent American