Many short verses, varying in metrical pattern but on conventional lines, devoted to everyday things, rain and sun, flowers,...

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THIS GOLDEN SUMMIT

Many short verses, varying in metrical pattern but on conventional lines, devoted to everyday things, rain and sun, flowers, birds, singing kettle on the hearth, on down the line of banality. Good bourgeois morality and optimistic vein. The material has appeared in women's magazines -- ""little songs that go straight to the hearts of her readers, who find in them encouragement and hope."" -- 'Nough said.

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: June 15, 1937