The Atlantic Bookshelf: A Guide to Good Books

ASMALL, shy Englishman, H. M. Tomlinson is usually referred to as the man who wrote The Sea and the Jungle. That was his first hook, written in 1911, when he was thirty-eight. Clerk in a London shipping office, war correspondent, former literary editor of the Nation and Athenœum, and traveler, his essays and articles, Tidemarks and London River, and his novels, Gallions Reach, and All OurYesterdays, have set him down as an important writer with an unforgettable and brilliant style.