FORTUNE AND MEN'S EYES by George Cronyn

FORTUNE AND MEN'S EYES

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Not for the Fool of Venus market. Possibly, for the De Voto (We Accept with Pleasure) readers....The story of an American family unfolds before the eyes of a psychologist in his interviews with Bryson Peirce, one of three brothers in a family ridden by their prejudices, their heritage of inhibitions, their complexes. From the mid-west to New York; from the turn of the century to the present, the pattern grows and expands, interpreted by the psychologist, who holds all the threads. A serious novel, well done and thoughtful; a certain ""snob"" appeal in the psychological approach; a book men will particularly like.

Pub Date: June 25th, 1935
Publisher: Covici, Frieds