OLD GEORGE by Mahonri S. Young

OLD GEORGE

By
Email this review

KIRKUS REVIEW

Eccentrics and laggards in action -- none particularly interesting -- and forming a purposeless book. Spongers and drifters attach themselves to old George, ex-commercial artist, who sets up housekeeping in Fontainebleau with Isabel, a younger girl. A rift with Isabel (only temporary, as she finds she prefers to be supported rather than to support), and the group falls apart, returning one by one to America, to drift again until once again they find George is willing. So what?

Publisher: Washburn