M IS FOR MOTHER by Marjorie Riddell

M IS FOR MOTHER

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Mother and daughter, mostly at pens' points and wit's end, (British in tone) indulge in the utter confusion of cross-purpose correspondence. Living alone or with roommates in London, the author is heckled and chivvied as her mother misinterprets, and turns her daughter's communications topsy-turvy.

Pub Date: April 22nd, 1953
Publisher: Longmans, Green