This somehow falls short of Louise Peattie's usual standards, and at times becomes over-emotional. The story of parents who...

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TOMORROW IS OURS

This somehow falls short of Louise Peattie's usual standards, and at times becomes over-emotional. The story of parents who had accepted the necessity of a free love relationships for a time, and whose children determine to shape their own lives, ignoring -- for a time -- the lesson life had taught their parents. One feels that the whole story is told symbolically and it does not quite ring true.

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: June 15, 1937