A welcome variant on the recently much overworked theme of the modern woman, standing at the parting of the ways, with home and husband and motherhood claiming her on the one hand, and a career beckoningly alluringly on the other. The author ingratiates herself from the start by her simple, unaffected style, and by the unmistakable truth of her portraiture of kindly and lovable characters of fine old New England stock.
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