AMANDA SAID THE GRASS WAS GREEN by Robert Bunker

AMANDA SAID THE GRASS WAS GREEN

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Highly unintelligible but with admirable purpose, this introspective stream-of-consciousness novel presents Peter Kyo faced with readjustment not only to civilian life, but to full manhood and citizenship. Labor troubles at the family plant in Boston are thoroughly discussed from all theoretical angles, and at too great length for story interest. After indecision as to whether he still loves Amanda-- and if he does should he marry her-- and taking a stand in plant policy, he finally is catapulted into falling in with labor and giving them full voice in management, and of course marrying the gal. Extremely limited in appeal.

Pub Date: Feb. 27th, 1947
Publisher: Morrow (Swallow Press)