Frank, interesting criticism of life on the top wave of financial and social success, written in the first person by a man of fifty. A comparison of his own life and family with that of his stenographer, who is both wise and simple, makes him see the opportunities he has missed and leaves him with his wife determined to get out of the "goldfish bowl."
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