B.F.'s Daughter: A Novel by John P. Marquand

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B.F.'s Daughter: A Novel

'“The unhappy plight of the multimillionaire’s daughter may seem too worn a theme for mature consideration. But Mr. Marquand has made it seem fresh and significant again.” —The New York Times   “B.F.’s Daughter is another major Marquand product. . . . Always entertaining . . . Mr. Marquand has not yet made up his mind about the American rich and their place in tomorrow’s cosmos. But no one can write more engagingly of their search for happiness. Or of their sulks when they discover—too late, alas—that happiness must be earned.” —The New York Times Book Review   “No one more accurately depicted the American home front in fiction than Marquand did. In So Little Time and B.F.’s Daughter, he created a wealth of detail that makes both novels enormously valuable social documents; the sense they give of society coming unstuck, of people trying to find something rooted to hang onto, is still remarkably moving.” —Jonathan Yardley'
'“The unhappy plight of the multimillionaire’s daughter may seem too worn a theme for mature consideration. But Mr. Marquand has made it seem fresh and significant again.” —The New York Times   “B.F.’s Daughter is another major Marquand product. . . . Always entertaining . . . Mr. Marquand has not yet made up his mind about the American rich and their place in tomorrow’s cosmos. But no one can write more engagingly of their search for happiness. Or of their sulks when they discover—too late, alas—that happiness must be earned.” —The New York Times Book Review   “No one more accurately depicted the American home front in fiction than Marquand did. In So Little Time and B.F.’s Daughter, he created a wealth of detail that makes both novels enormously valuable social documents; the sense they give of society coming unstuck, of people trying to find something rooted to hang onto, is still remarkably moving.” —Jonathan Yardley'
Publisher: Open Road Media ISBN: 9781504015776 Pages: 440