Martie The Unconquered

by Kathleen Norris

Martie's problems are those of thousands of women--"She wanted to live."

The novel tells how Martie revolted from subjection under her father and married a third rate actor. After varying fortunes her husband dies and she takes her little son home. Here again she finds herself in conflict with her narrow minded father and, after rejecting the sincere love of a man because he was divorced and she a Catholic, she goes to New York and finds a peaceful joy in earning her living.

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