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It became the author's first bestseller and prompted his first appearance on the front page of the New York Times Book Review. Auchincloss' next novel, Portrait in Brownstone, is a fictional rendering of his mother's Dixon forebears. The Denisons of the novel are, like the real-life Dixons, a close family bound together by a shared sense of duty and privilege. Auchincloss establishes Denison allegiance and affection in a series of scenes and in so doing accurately recreates the bygone Brownstone era of New York City at the turn of the century.
X or Mr. Y. " Every large law firm has had the senior partner who, after having served in Washington and having "been bitten by the federal bug," disdains prosaic everyday practice; the corporate men who "looked down on everything outside their department"; the litigator who treats his department as a firm within a firm; the elderly partner terrified that he has not kept up; and the secretary of the deceased founding partner who feels it beneath her dignity to serve anyone else. In dozens of Auchincloss' short stories, plots turn on the mundane and sometimes trivial interactions among these types.
American Writers, Supplement IV by Leonard Unger, A. Walton Litz, Jay Parini, Molly Weigel
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