THIS IS BEVERLY by Maps Bishop Celket

THIS IS BEVERLY

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The and insouciant saga of Beverly Carter, Blondie prototype, who -- living in a suburb outside of Baltimore, finds herself somewhat bored by Pete, her husband, by Donald, ages five, whom she can't manage, and the housework she never gets around to. her aspirations in the society columns she follows with avidity, and in inegi she dreams up, Beverly makes patholic attempts to make society and is disillusioned in it -- gets suspicious of her husband and another woman (without reason) and runs home to her mother, re-meets an old beau and encourages a movie-tinted , is again disillusioned and returns happily to Pete. The beauty parlor operator mentality is action -- for these who may find it endearing and not .

Pub Date: July 25th, 1945
Publisher: Lippincott