HARTSPRING BLOWS HIS MIND by Ernest Lockridge

HARTSPRING BLOWS HIS MIND

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Professor Seymore Hartspring blowing his mind is like Henry Miller losing his cool in this noisy little book. The Professor, married with three children and, in the course of the story, another on the way, happened to occupy, an office with a resplendent view of the girls' dormitory. That's where he first notices bikini clad blondie and brownie who cavort deliberately in front of their respective windows. Soon Hartspring is glued to-the pane, particularly when blondie's boyfriend, a vociferous student Journalist, gets into the act. Hartspring is hooked. Enough so that articles start appearing in the student newspaper about faculty peeping toms. Hartspring eventually gets the axe and becomes a respectable disk Jockey. Exhibitionistic nonsense.

Pub Date: Jan. 1st, 1967
Publisher: New American Library