Blurb for Mary Biggs' Lily-Iron
by F. Scott Fitzgerald

“I think there is an extraordinary temperament behind this novel—a new sort of Byronesian gesturing in those bleak Ameirican voids to which O'Neill has been so sensitive… The pazienza of the heroine's story is entirely feminine, and this is in fine contrast to the strong moments toward the end of the book which sound as if they had been written by a man. An exceedingly interesting novel”

Published on the dust jacket of Mary Biggs' Lily-Iron (New York, Robert M. McBride & Company, 1922).

Not illustrated.