WHETHER THERE BE KNOWLEDGE by Robert Henderson

WHETHER THERE BE KNOWLEDGE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Another of these collegiate stories -- belonging in the category of Young Gentlemen, Rise and the not so recent Not To Eat, Not For Love and American Hero. How large is your market? This novel of co-educational university life lacks the glibness and facility of the Montross books, and Scott Fitzgerald, and the luridness of Marks. It is, however, a readable and sympathetic presentation of the gradual eye-opening of a boy who realizes that the world is something else again. Some horseplay and collegiate humor together with the sentimental aspects of impetuous youth.

Pub Date: Oct. 3rd, 1935
Publisher: Lippincott