AND AFTER THAT by Kenneth Britton
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AND AFTER THAT

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Silver chord theme, from a new angle. The story of devoted parents, with one main ideal for their son, and of how they tried to mold him to their plans, -- to make a famous musician of him, and of how he little by little came to a consciousness that his destiny lay elsewhere. The setting is a town in Rhode Island -- where public opinion was still molded by the late Victorian and the Edwardian standards; the people ring true; the plot moves smoothly. A good yarn and will appeal to the average reader who is interested in youth unfolding.

Pub Date: Sept. 20th, 1934
Publisher: Bobbs-Merrill