TWICE BORN by Rose Franken

TWICE BORN

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Watch your step here. The theme running through the whole story is on the edge of perversion, a study of inherited tendency toward homosexuality in the person of a young musician. Extremely well done, and from a new angle -- the problem of the wife and mother, faced with the fact and the danger. A tragic story, interesting in its development, in the subject of an older woman's infatuation for the youth in the final denouement.

Pub Date: Feb. 28th, 1935
Publisher: Scribner