THE EMPRESS' RING by Nancy Hale

THE EMPRESS' RING

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A collection of short stories with a definitely autobiographical aura creates a build-up of personality, traditional upbringing, the lares and penates of a New England childhood and schooling. Through memory recalls there are warm interpretations of childhood agonies and joys, adolescence, illness, and the contradictions of human relations, and these have none of the brittle quality of Nancy Hale's novels.

Pub Date: Aug. 12th, 1955
Publisher: Scribner