SALT HOUSE by Hazel Hawthorne

SALT HOUSE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A new type of triangle, new in the telling, that is. For Judith, in trying to eat her cake and have it too, loses both her lovers. The background is an artistic colony on the coast of Maine; lives without much pattern and with few roots; an element which does creative work because it seems inevitable or because it is a means of existence, extreme youth and immaturity, impulsive to the point of insanity. Possibly will appeal to those who liked SING BEFORE BREAKFAST.

Pub Date: Feb. 21st, 1934
Publisher: Stokes