SO DREAM ALL NIGHT by Kenneth Payson Kempton

SO DREAM ALL NIGHT

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Harvard forms the setting for this novel of marriage. From the '20's to the present day, Ollie of the English department and Kent, intelligently try to find the answers to successive problems, -- financial, economic, parental and professional. A just-below-the-surface story of marriage, of family, of the elusive security, written with a warmth and sympathy for the characters as well as for the University. Should have a special local appeal, though not limited to that.

Publisher: Putnam