O, THE BRAVE MUSIC by Dorothy Evelyn Smith

O, THE BRAVE MUSIC

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KIRKUS REVIEW

With more of an appeal to girls this story of a youthful rebel against the strictures of society has a wistful charm. Even at seven, Ruan, child of a Non-Conformist minister and a beautiful, gently born mother, was sharply aware of some of the contradictions in her life. A strange but imaginative childhood and the presence of David, four years her senior, forms the background for tragedy or change which alters the pattern of Ruan's life. A vaguely pre-World War I English setting.

Pub Date: Aug. 20th, 1951
ISBN: 0548443122
Publisher: Dutton