An attempt at a modern handling of the triangle situation, written in the Margaret Culkins Banning vein, with much mature...

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An attempt at a modern handling of the triangle situation, written in the Margaret Culkins Banning vein, with much mature dialogue about love, etc. Ann is an ex-dross designer and socialite, her husband a professor, and an army officer introduces the third angle of the triangle. A two-dimensional affair, with Ann wanting to eat her oake and have it too, and both men are singularly understanding and sympathetic. Good dialogue, well-paced, non-puritanical -- a problem story for the young moderns among rental library customers.

Pub Date: June 25, 1937

ISBN: N/A

Page Count: -

Publisher: Little, Brown

Review Posted Online: N/A

Kirkus Reviews Issue: June 1, 1937