SMALL FLAGS WAVING by Anna Elizabeth Stebbins

SMALL FLAGS WAVING

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A parallel is here drawn between the struggle of liberty-loving nations against the oppressors and the Griswolds, mother and two daughters, who broke away from the comfortable living provided by a tyrannical and unscrupulous uncle to make their own difficult but gallant way in New York. The chief concern is over Jane's future as a ballet dancer, and she finally achieves the first rung on the ladder to success. This is an up-to-date story which will probably be of considerable interest to older girls right now, but because it sometimes borders on the melodramatic and cheap it will probably have no permanent value.

Pub Date: July 21st, 1943
Publisher: Dutton