A sequel to A Gay Family, the most successful of Ethel Boileau's books, and the one that made her reputation over here....

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BALLADE IN G -- MINOR

A sequel to A Gay Family, the most successful of Ethel Boileau's books, and the one that made her reputation over here. Ballade in G-Minor picks up the threads in the lives of the Mallory's after a number of years have elapsed, and Colin, youngest and least conventional of the family, is the focus. But once again Mrs. Mallory tells the story, and it is her warm and human personality, with her deep loyalty to traditions and ultimate standards and her kindly humor and philosophy that make her story so readable. Quite honestly, this is less of a story and more of a panorama of the events and emotions of King George's Jubilee year, but at that, it is an eminently readable and charming book.

Pub Date: March 1, 1938

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Page Count: -

Publisher: Dutton

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: March 1, 1938