THE SIXTH OF JUNE by Stanley Hopkins

THE SIXTH OF JUNE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A story with no humor, some charm and lots of earnestness. Do you remember The Ladies, her previous novel, one of the runners-up in the 1933 Harper Prize Novel Contest? -- This errs in the other direction, by introducing too many plot threads into small compass, where that spun out a tenuous tale on slim foundation. The one-day compass results in a rather kaleidescopic effect, and in evasion of coming to grips with the story. Readable -- well written -- unimportant.

Pub Date: Sept. 19th, 1935
Publisher: Harper