YOU HAVEN'T CHANGED by Margaret Culkin Banning

YOU HAVEN'T CHANGED

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Tenth reunion brings to focus the question in the minds of two classmates as to whether they took the right turn, made the right choice. One, a successful matron, comfortably off, married and a mother and happy, wonders if she has sacrificed her intellectual powers to less worthy things. The other, a teacher, looks back in doubt at her decision that she preferred the cloistered intellectual life to marriage. And in the last analysis, both feel they would make the same choices again. Reliable pattern story.

Pub Date: April 27th, 1938
Publisher: Harper