MASTER SANGUINE by Iver Brown

MASTER SANGUINE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Candida in modern dress with all the world's foibles hung on the gullibility of the hero. It is an obvious step from the basic annoyances revealed in the essays of I Commit to the Flames to a novel embroidering the same dislikes and exposing the same current madnesses in farcical manner. It takes expulsion from school, imprisonment, social outracism to convince Sanguine that disbelief has a place in the scheme of things. Try it on your intellectuals.

Publisher: Harper