COUNTRY CHRONICLE by Gladys Taber

COUNTRY CHRONICLE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Further reflections -- snug, cozy, predictable -- from Stillmeadow, with few incursions -- long-hairs and Women's Lib are criticized but ever so gently -- on the rhythm of a life attuned to the seasons, wildlife and domestic pets, ""neighborly"" villagers, numerous family gatherings, and the making of hearty stews. But after 40 books the comings and goings at the 1690 Connecticut farmhouse (and at Still Cove on Cape Cod) seem pretty much the same as last year, and the year before, and even Taber's most dedicated followers may begin to feel that she's dined out once too often on this savory.

Pub Date: April 1st, 1974
Publisher: Lippincott