THE GREAT TE by Rubylea Hall

THE GREAT TE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

For all its length, a concentrated picture of a period, and Nicholas Green C, a Florida been of the unable to with the arrival of Douglas ll, a of the territory, she decides against plantation life and determines to Douglas. Successful, her Hardshell upbringing is dissipated with the wideopen life of St. Joseph, and her emotions further engaged by unscrupulous Studd Seven, Douglas' best friend. The life of luxury is cut short by the yellowjack and the necessity of returning to her family's plantation, and there, when a hurricane wipes out St. Joseph, Caline finally learns to whom her heart belongs...A first novel which explores the region and the period in detail, which uses incident and some drama to focus its characters in their emotional and mental problems.

Pub Date: Sept. 10th, 1947
Publisher: Duell,