Sunday, February 19, 2017

Hilton, James. So Well Remembered (Boston: Little Brown, 1945) 284 p.
Livia Channing, whose father spent 14 years in prison, develops her own unique values. One day (p. 77-79) she enters the Browdley (Yorkshire) Public Library, and finds a book about her father. Later (p. 105) she starts working in the library, but she has trouble dealing with the public so she is given the task of indexing (p. 110). 

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