FULL PERSONALITY by John Taintor Foote

FULL PERSONALITY

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A pot boiler -- bears little relation to the work Foote does best, fiction based on his own interest in sport (Dumbbell of Brookfield, The Wedding Gift, etc.) This is a third rate story of a tilt between middle age (in the shape of a playwright) and youth (in the shape of his one time sweetheart's son), for the favor of a modern girl. Her weapons are so unfamiliar to middle age, that he falls a victim to his own snare. Slight -- and carelessly written. S. E. P. serialization.

Pub Date: April 5th, 1935
Publisher: Appleton-Century