ALL THE WORLD AND I by Hepburn Dinwoodie

ALL THE WORLD AND I

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A good picture of Labrador and its people, the grim life of the north, as a background for the story of Alec, his love for the country, his family, and the girl, Flora. When the war takes his brother and best friends, Alec holds to his decision to stay at home, keep the family out of debt by fishing and trapping, and consequently loses Flora to the ""outside"". She returns to inveigle him into coming ""out"", but an accident which brings added family responsibilities determines him to stay in Labrador. Rather limited in appeal, but authentically handled.

Pub Date: Oct. 2nd, 1940
Publisher: Little, Brown