OUT OF THAT DREAM by Katherine Newberg

OUT OF THAT DREAM

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Mediocre and ill-balanced story of ten days on shipboard and how much -- or how little -- it did to the lives of the passengers. A well-worn pattern of ephemeral love and passion, of the impact of youth on middle age, and vice versa, of ""ships that pass in the night"" handled in an eliptical style which bears little relation to the subject matter. Result -- difficult reading of a simple story. Pass up.

Pub Date: June 7th, 1935
Publisher: Doubleday, Doran