HE AND HIS by Reginald Carter

HE AND HIS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

For leisurely reading in an appreciative mood, and for those who would like to recapture today the quality of Jane Austin, in turn of phrase, keeness of portraiture, piquancy. And yet the situation smacks of the present, and the turn of the plot depends on the legitimacy or the illegitimacy of Harry's birth, when he falls in love with the daughter of his father's closest friend, the archdeacon.

Publisher: Reynal & Hitchcock