YOUTH IN TRUST by Frederick Wight

YOUTH IN TRUST

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Expatriates in Paris presented with a considerable amount of mature and original thought. With three main figures, overly introspective, there are occasional others who are groping, directionless, philosophic, at loose ends. A worth-while study of ""a lost generation"" but in need of pruning and coordination.

Publisher: Farrar & Rinehart