CORNER SHOP by Philip Keeley

CORNER SHOP

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Leisurely English tale of lower middle class people, the central character a woman who sacrificed her family and herself to a growing gree for possession, epitomized in the ownership of the corner shop. Starting with the Boer War, going through to the World War, the story picks up the threads of two generations, without creating a sense of passing years and changing scene. Unimportant, though mildly interesting.

Pub Date: June 19th, 1934
Publisher: Macmillan