A CHILD IS BORN by Mary McDougal Axelson

A CHILD IS BORN

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A maternity ward in a city hospital and the women in the ward from the characters in this novel of obstetrical problems. Cross sectioning them one finds they come from night clubs, from the streets, from respectable homes, and one from prison. Only their shared experience in child birth welds them together. The fathers, pacing the corridors outside, are unimportant. The novel is a bit shoddy, the writing of negligible value.

Pub Date: Aug. 31st, 1939
Publisher: Caxton