The Atlantic Bookshelf: A Guide to Good Books

ISAK DINESEN is the nom de plume of Baroness Blixen of Rungstedlund, Denmark, Her father, a military man, made a considerable contribution to Danish literature, but the Baroness, who has spent much of her life in British East Africa, prefers to work in English, ‘I have been living for some time with my mother in my old home, the manor of Rungstedlund. . . . Here lived the greatest lyrical poet of Denmark, Johannes Ewald. I had the honor of writing Seven Gothic Tales in the same room in which, nearly two hundred years ago, he wrote his immortal poems.’

Is there anything in telepathy?