1930. Kathleen Norris was a writer of romantic novels and short stories that had enormous appeal, particularly to women. A favorite theme involved virtuous women grappling with moral issues, for instance, affairs with married men. Her writings were labeled as sentimental and honest. Beauty in Letters begins: Let thanks be to Allah, says some character in a Kipling story, when old friends gather after long changes and separations in wartime, that He has not terminated all the delights! See other titles by this author available from Kessinger Publishing.
Used availability for Kathleen Norris's Beauty In Letters
May 2004 : USA Paperback