NO MAN IS SINGLE by Stuart Hawkins

NO MAN IS SINGLE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A promising first novel for those who want something better than the average run of light fiction, but who are not hunting highbrow literature of the aesthetic school. New York in the '90's and early 1900's, a sleepy cathedral town in France, -- these form the background for this story of an artist as seen through the eyes of the three people who cared most for him.

Pub Date: Sept. 11th, 1934
Publisher: Houghton, Mifflin