But Gently Day
A young soldier on furlough from World War II is inexplicably transported back in time, and falls in love with a woman, who he later finds out is his own grandmother.
“Mr. Nathan explores all the piquant possibilities which are inherent in his theme, and does so with his usual deft and subtle touch… Mr. Nathan is one of those writers, Aldous Huxley is one of them, and so is Scott Fitzgerald, who continue to surprise one by their technical dexterity. One forgets, between books, how good they are.”
New York Times