Competent, credible and conservative women's fiction, this also covers a generous amount of ground as a reunion at Cambridge...

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REUNION AT MEADS

Competent, credible and conservative women's fiction, this also covers a generous amount of ground as a reunion at Cambridge (England) brings back the intervening years and changes in the lives of five. There is Mavis, scholarly, sexless, now the successful head of a woman's teachers' college, after she has forfeited the one man she loved to a younger, prettier sister; Nora, whose beauty has given way to bitterness; Fran, whose two marriages and six children brought her complete satisfaction; Annette, who with foreknowledge married a ladies' man and leading dress designer; and Lynd, whose dull choice of a husband was compensated for in her three sons -- and a clandestine romance. ... Women, lots of them, for women, lots of them, to rent. Good branch library circulation material.

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: June 15, 1947