THE END OF A CHILDHOOD by Henry Handel Richardson

THE END OF A CHILDHOOD

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The title links the first four chapters to the books dealing with The Fortune of Richard Mahony, and in them we find the son of Richard somewhat battered by chance, but feeling life good after all. The balance of the book consists of short stories and sketches, thirteen in all, and chiefly concerned with one phase or another of youth. Some pretty ephemeral -- some full-blooded. The market is limited, and the same sort of material has been better done elsewhere.

Pub Date: Oct. 26th, 1934
Publisher: Norton