Miss Rukeyser's feelings as a poet underlie some concrete observations about one of childhood's perpetual mysteries- the...

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Miss Rukeyser's feelings as a poet underlie some concrete observations about one of childhood's perpetual mysteries- the disappearance of adults. On stairways, in the market, during a walk in a park, grownups invariably have a way of getting lost. That all's well when they're found again is Just as frequent an experience too.

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: June 15, 1955