SERMONS AND SODA WATER (1960)
The novellas represent no change in Mr O'Hara's method. He normally puts everything into a novel, including the kitchen sink complete with stopped drain, plumber, and plumber's mate, and does not once but four or five times per book. The novella form has merely limited the author in a statistical way; one kitchen sink is all he can fit into his predetermined space....
-- The Atlantic Monthly