THREE FLIGHTS UP by Helen Woodward

THREE FLIGHTS UP

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Autobiographical material dealing with the childhood of a child of German-Polish-Jewish extraction, her father a working man, perennialy hard up. In spite of the drab, almost sordid background, there is no quarreling with hard lines, rather there is a joyousness, a zest for life, an appreciation of the standards and the discipline and the building of moral fibre in a family facing fearful odds of poverty and lack of opportunity and the language handicap. Mrs. Woodward is one of the leading women in advertising today.

Publisher: Dodd, Mead