The breach between the older generation and the so-called irresponsible, calloused youngsters of today provides an...

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The breach between the older generation and the so-called irresponsible, calloused youngsters of today provides an entertaining tale. Elizabeth, widowed after a difficult marriage, continually effacing herself for her children, goes to Switzerland and there meets a widower, whose children, not seen for many years, are to him quite incomprehensible. Continual misunderstanding and misinterpretation on both sides result in a tug-of-war, which Elizabeth, acting as buffer, finally straightens out. Sprightly dialogue, even distribution of rights and wrongs, plus a solid base of common sense and humorous sympathy promise healthy sales and rentals.

Pub Date: June 24, 1938

ISBN: N/A

Page Count: -

Publisher: Putnam-Minton, Balch

Review Posted Online: N/A

Kirkus Reviews Issue: June 1, 1938