SPRING ALWAYS COMES by Emilie Loring

SPRING ALWAYS COMES

By
Email this review

KIRKUS REVIEW

Spring always comes and with what certitude Another Emilie-- another mood renewed Of love. A faithful Constance, so yclept, Off feet in satin slippers swept. (Low fashion note.) Also high dramer A half brother who would frame her And steal her father's stamp collection. That's it. Except for the inflection Of romance. The story's point d'appui, Felicity, fatuity. Spring always comes and with what certitude, 12,000 copies, conclude bemused. And brood.

Pub Date: June 15th, 1966
Publisher: Little, Brown