SO LONG TO LEARN by Doreen Wallace

SO LONG TO LEARN

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KIRKUS REVIEW

This for the South Riding market. A novel of English agricultural life, with a good deal of emphasis on the effects on the people and their lives of the depression and the resultant successive attempts on the part of government now to help themselves, now to help the farmers. Through it all runs the love of the land, the clinging to traditions, and the rather tenuous thread of unsolvable romance. Doreen Wallace knows her countryside.

Pub Date: June 16th, 1936
Publisher: Macmillan