The tale of an actress, an artist and a truly candy woman. The scenes are laid in Chicago, London and Paris; in theatres,
studios, and bachelor flats. it's the historical past of an
infatuation - with ethical interludes.
Mr. H. C. Chatfield-Taylor, whom Paul Bourget has named as
the so much promising novelist of yank social lifestyles, has given
us a smart tale in "Two ladies and a Fool". the story is
retrospective; one hears it from the lips of man, an artist;
and it matters his love for 2 girls, a really naughty and
an super great one, Moira and Dorothy respectively. Moira,
who turns into a soubrette, leads man, who turns into a sucess-
ful artist, an important speed, wearying him at size, yet
still maintaining the facility to restore him along with her glance that allures.
The romance leaps from Chicago to London and Paris and
back to the Windy urban back. it truly is progressively unique, and
its discussion, that's continuously witty, is usually impressive.