DARK SYMPHONY by Elizabeth L. Adams

DARK SYMPHONY

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Try to suggest and promote Miss Adams' absorbing book, for she writes of the discrimination against the colored race with poignant reality. This is the story of her life, her childhood in a happy, dignified and religious home, her school days, and then her employment struggles which resulted in many shocks, many humiliations. Later she became a Roman Catholic, but is one of the few converts to keep a just regard for all other faiths. A book for all colored groups, certainly, but one which should be read by both races.

Publisher: Sheed & Ward