A MAN MAY DREAM by Carl Avery Werner

A MAN MAY DREAM

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Would-be-pleasant, heart warming school of fiction, with the span of a man's life from a boyhood in upper New York state through marriage, parenthood to second marriage. A commonplace picture, very comforting in its average quality and its aura of happiness and content, reassurance that man may dabble in experiences with girls in youth and work out into satisfactory marriage; that he may dabble in various fields of activity and settle down to a real career; that he may have fifteen years of happy life with one woman, and later in life find that he can love again, after her death. Belongs to the might-be-true field.

Publisher: Sheridan House