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Paperback, 384 pages
Published May 1st 1982 by Avon Books (first published January 1st 1947)
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Jackie
Just reading it again now! I think what I liked the first time is how it reads as an ode to post-war New York...maybe it seems a little hokie now.
Sally
Quite quietly sexy, I loved it. The film sadly was not as good!
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American author and music critic. She was born Marcia Glick, daughter of Bernard Glick and opera singer Alma Gluck, later stepdaughter of violinist Efrem Zimbalist when Alma Gluck remarried.

Davenport traveled extensively with her parents and was educated intermittently at the Friends School in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and the Shipley School at Bryn Mawr. She began at Wellesley College but elope...more
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