MEMOIR OF SPRING by Elick Moll

MEMOIR OF SPRING

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A nostalgic book in which the homesick narrator, isolated in Hollywood, looks back on boyhood days in Brooklyn. Story after story told with a warm sense of humor and a touch of tragedy is deliciously provocative of mirth and tears. In this portrait of a struggling Jewish family, Elick Moll brings a quiet philosophical touch, tenderness and compassion to what reads like personal memoirs.

Pub Date: Jan. 6th, 1960
Publisher: Putnam