THE BABY LAMB by Jean Boley

THE BABY LAMB

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KIRKUS REVIEW

With considerable derisive detail, and almost no proper story values, off life in the American colony of Buenos Aires, through the Butterfields,- woman of social ambition and little sense; Henry, who adhered to the pa resistance; and their baby lamb, Mary. Particularly, it is Mary's story, hereself to their exotic vagaries, finds the virginally tentative court unsatisfying (even though worthy of her parents' approbation) -- as she Gross, who is married as well as politically unsuitable, and indulges in affair, and as- failing to achieve all other ends- she to A sophistication here- both satirie and

Pub Date: March 9th, 1948
Publisher: Dutton