I MET THEM ONCE by George Stewart

I MET THEM ONCE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

This is yet another George Stewart, a clergyman in Stamford, Connecticut, whose work has taken him far afield, and who -- in this book -- views the post war world, the breakdown, racial, moral and physical, after the Armistice. The book is a succession of vignettes, with no central link, with nothing very dramatic or personal in a record of disasters in the lives of little people of all nations. Unimportant.

Pub Date: Feb. 26th, 1940
Publisher: Caxton