A gifted seventeen-year-old voice student learns, during a summer of lobster fishing in her native town, that it takes more...

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A CAREER FOR CAROL

A gifted seventeen-year-old voice student learns, during a summer of lobster fishing in her native town, that it takes more than talent and technique to be an artist. Faced with the necessity of earning money to support her studies, Carol, whose studies have kept her from participating in the normal social life of the community, goes into the lobster business with her younger brother. Involved, for the first time, with work other than her studies, she begins to appreciate the value of human cooperation and love, and by summer's end, has grown in scope, not only as a singer, but as an artist. A well tested situation, stocked with familiar characters, proceeds pleasantly enough, here, to its anticipated conclusion.

Pub Date: July 30, 1958

ISBN: N/A

Page Count: -

Publisher: Longmans, Green

Review Posted Online: N/A

Kirkus Reviews Issue: July 1, 1958