Heroes and Villains (novel)
Writing for The New York Times, Richard Boston found Heroes and Villains to be "a strange, compelling book. . . . a fable that discusses the roles of reason and imagination in a civilized society." He reported it to be "an undoubted success," saying "Carter tells her story with considerable skill. Her observation is sharp, and she writes extremely well."
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