THE FEARSOME BRAT by George Mendoza

THE FEARSOME BRAT

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KIRKUS REVIEW

What do children become when they have their own way?"" queries the jacket; in the days of Gelett Burgess, the answer might have been a Goop; today it's a GORILLA -- showing his teeth behind bars in a children's zoo. Signs of our savage times -- the parents pandering to little Fagan, the livid specters he takes shape as -- form the integument of this cautionary tale; the crux, however, is a beastly, old-fashioned brutality.

Pub Date: Feb. 24th, 1971
Publisher: Lothrop, Lee & Shepard