Sally Go Round the Moon.
London: White Owl Press, 1932 (March). A tale of squalid London life, in which a young man, trapped in a loveless marriage, seeks solace in religion and in his sister-in-law. Included is an appearance of Charles Lahr as Karl, the good-hearted bookseller, as well as the nursery-rhyme inspiring the title (also mentioned in a discussion of street games in Vanished World 47).
Review: Times Literary Supplement (April 7, 1932, p. 253, attached)
First published in a limited edition and then in the collections The Woman Who Had Imagination and Other Stories (1934), Country Tales (1938), Country Tales (1940). Also printed in New English Short Stories (London: Cape, 1935).
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