Further therapy- romantic and medical- in the story of Dr. Bruce Kimberly, whose surgical career is ended by a bad arm, and...

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Further therapy- romantic and medical- in the story of Dr. Bruce Kimberly, whose surgical career is ended by a bad arm, and who turns to the field of sanitarium treatment of neuropsychiatric victims. Engaged to marry luxurious and possessive Sylvia, Bruce's work brings on her resentment and interference, until- when she deliberately jeopardizes his sanitarium- he breaks with her. Eventually, he wins through to professional and personal happiness and success....The virtue here is largely virtue.

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: June 15, 1947