THE SMALL RAIN by Madeleine L'Engle
Kirkus Star

THE SMALL RAIN

A Novel

KIRKUS REVIEW

There is considerable charm in this not important but refreshing story of Katherine Forrester, musician in the making, of the conflicts between her personal and budding professional life, and of the few who successively become the focus of her emotional life. Young love, against a background of an English school in Switzerland, of New York's Schemia -- and the worlds of theatre and music interchangeably -- and the urge to measure up to what her mother would have wanted for her in music combine to make Katherine an elusive and convincingly contradictory character. Well done.
ISBN: 0374519129
Page count: 388pp
Publisher: Vanguard
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Kirkus Reviews Issue: June 15th, 1945




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