TWO-WAY STREET by Mary Blair Iel


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In form of a novelette, the maturity of a sixteen-year-old girl whose parents divorce and then remarry new partners, is developed in clear, lively style. The story is characterized by realism, and the feelings and of the actors accurately, although not deeply, communicated. that life is a two-way street running between herself and other people, and to realize that she will probably meet problems to big for alone. Apparently intended for the teen-age reader, it may be helpful to large number who have to work through the experience of their .

Pub Date: Jan. 20th, 1965