SIX ROOMS MAKE A WORLD by Gove Hambidge

SIX ROOMS MAKE A WORLD

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A sort of ""adventure in contentment after conflict"" expression of the philosophy that grew out of six rooms of a house. Interpretation of life, ideas on everything under the sun, -- marriage, children, education, place of the human in the world today, wife vs. career, adjustments he and his wife made during the years, work and play, and so on. A personal excursion through the things that make a man's physical and mental life, with a wide appeal in its human approach.

Pub Date: Aug. 29th, 1938
Publisher: Whittlesey