CLAUDIA by Rose Franken


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A series of episodes in the lives of an average and likeable young couple, not strictly a novel, but good going of its genre. The dialogue has a nice quality, not sophisticated, but modern and pert. Claudia is no mental giant, but an engaging young piece, and David is of the stuff that makes the pants in the family. There is enough of sentiment -- of humor -- of the ins and outs of marriage. Good rentals.

Pub Date: Sept. 21st, 1939
Publisher: Farrar & Rinehart