Cultivating the elusive, the exquisite emotion at some length, and at the of outer action, this tells of Dora at various and...

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DORA

Cultivating the elusive, the exquisite emotion at some length, and at the of outer action, this tells of Dora at various and critical intervals in her -- and later as a woman. Uneasy, restless, variable, while a child, Dora was to perfect hermoney and complete absorption in her marriage to Leo, a writer, who took from Milwaukee to New York, to Europe. With the war and Leo's departure for the their marriage breaks up, as Leo, doubting his wife, turns to another woman, and D finds her answer to sorrow in the church. The chronic emotionalism, the spiritual here makes this only for women, and not very many of them at that.

Pub Date: March 4, 1948

ISBN: N/A

Page Count: -

Publisher: Doubleday

Review Posted Online: N/A

Kirkus Reviews Issue: March 1, 1948