UNDUE FULFILLMENT by Kathleen Coyle

UNDUE FULFILLMENT

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A controversial novel, handling a difficult theme -- homosexual perversion -- from the mother's point of view. There is profound wisdom and a certain spiritual quality in the approach which redeems it from any suggestion of sensationalism or morbidity. It offers, to those seeking deeper understanding and greater sympathy, an explanation and a possible solution. Be careful of your market. There's the mother-son appeal, but the book is only for those with wide understanding and intellectual approach. Not for the curious nor the morbid, nor yet for those uninitiated in the subject of perversion.

Pub Date: Sept. 25th, 1934
Publisher: Morrow