NEW COUNTRY by

NEW COUNTRY

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KIRKUS REVIEW

the autobiography, this is the story of the author's family the father who could not remain tied to one place: the mother who followed him years, bearing ten children that she raised as best she give them a home and schooling enabled her to leave him; and the story of the . There is a little too much . Some passages read when, and to whom, and there is too much of the story that is his parents' -- one wonders how he feelings at events that occurred years story improves when he is born, but we have to wait too long for his history. A sometimes-interesting narrative, but .

Pub Date: April 25th, 1962
Publisher: Harper