Beauty--and Mary Blair

by Ethel M. Kelley

One of those rare first novels of supreme individuality that come to a publisher only once in a blue moon, and that seem to strike an entirely new note in contemporary fiction. It is an ultra-modern story of a New York girl who in her innocence and desire to be a good sport, skims the very verge of the abyss without actually going over.

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