Without the vitality of I Got A Country (Doubleday, 1944) this is again a novel of GI's, this time in London, which in...

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LOVE FROM LONDON

Without the vitality of I Got A Country (Doubleday, 1944) this is again a novel of GI's, this time in London, which in between dialogue tells the story of three attached to a Psychological Warfare Unit. Wells, New Englander and college boy, takes out Dria, a Spanish refugee and Dria, though in love with him, is made to realize how different their backgrounds are, how un-American he is in his social distinctions and prejudices. Dria next goes with Jose Kort, Jose who loves her and restores her faith in America, but who is hurt by a direct bomb hit and sent away to Halloran hospital. Last of the trio is Trygve, Norwegian, who gets sick in London, evades the hospital authorities, only to be turned in by Wells on another charge. Verbal, sentimental, this is really quite dull.

Pub Date: July 30, 1946

ISBN: N/A

Page Count: -

Publisher: Macmillan

Review Posted Online: N/A

Kirkus Reviews Issue: July 1, 1946