TAKE CARE OF MY LITTLE GIRL by Peggy Goodin

TAKE CARE OF MY LITTLE GIRL

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The author of Clementine (1946), that winning brat, tells this time of the false standards and values in the sorority system as Liz, already conditioned by complacently smug mid-western Paris, follows in her Mother's footsteps at Midwestern University and is bid by the Queens. Conforming -- but questioning -- it is Liz' home-town beau and some slight difficulty with marks that open her eyes to the unreality of the Queens' world -- in school and out of it -- and cause her to toss overboard her chance of wearing a pin. A slight morality tale, relieved by its immaculate recording of the collegiate world, its problems and tensions, lightened by the honesty of likeable young Liz.

Pub Date: Feb. 14th, 1949
Publisher: Dutton