Louis Auchincloss

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  • Finish, Good Lady

    Born on Long Island in 1917, and educated at Groton, Yale, and the University of Virginia Law School, Louis AUCHIINOLOSS enjoys all the activities of a New York lawyer and still manages to reserve time for his steady writing. His first novel, The Indifferent Children, was published in 1947, and his second is now in progress. His long short story, “Maud,” won an Atlantic “First” Award in 1949.

  • Maud

    Born on Long Island in 1917, and educated at Groton. Yale, and University of Virginia Law School, LOUIS AUCHINCLOSS now enjoys the disciplines of two professions,law and fiction. He is an associate of Sullivan & Cromwell, and his week-ends he devotes to his writing. His first novel, The Indifferent Children, was published in 1947 under a pseudonym. This story,which was begun in our December issue,is the first of a group of his short stories which theAtlantic looks forward to publishing.

  • Maud

    Born on Long Island in 1917, and educated at Groton, Yale, and Universify of Virginia Law School, LOUIS AUIIINCUOSS now enjoys the disciplines of tiro professions, law and fiction, He is an associate of Sullivan & Cromwell and his week-ends he devotes to his writing. His first novel, The Indifferent Children, was published in 1917 under a pseudonym. This story, which will be concluded next month, is the first of a group of his short stories which the Atlantic looks forward to publishing.