Love and Mrs. Sargent

  • Title: Love and Mrs. Sargent
  • Author: Virginia Rowans Edward Everett Tanner III
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 452
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Love and Mrs Sargent Mrs Richard Sargent respected widow envied socialite the most widely read advice columnist in America the nicest and most conservative woman around is such a success that not only is she in talks f
    Mrs Richard Sargent respected widow, envied socialite, the most widely read advice columnist in America, the nicest and most conservative woman around is such a success that not only is she in talks for her own television show, but she s soon to claim the jewel of her crown, the coveted Mother of the Year award When a muckraking reporter from a liberal magazine spends seMrs Richard Sargent respected widow, envied socialite, the most widely read advice columnist in America, the nicest and most conservative woman around is such a success that not only is she in talks for her own television show, but she s soon to claim the jewel of her crown, the coveted Mother of the Year award When a muckraking reporter from a liberal magazine spends several days in her household, however, he discovers that Mrs Sargent s two adult children would prefer any mother other than their own and when the reporter moves into Mrs Sargent s bedroom, he discovers she s anything but respectable.Love Mrs Sargent is the last of four novels Patrick Dennis wrote under his other pseudonym of Virginia Rowans.

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    1. I wasn't surprised to discover, when I checked Eric Myers' biography of Patrick Dennis, Uncle Mame, that the story of Love and Mrs. Sargent had originally intended for the stage. The book reads very much like a novelization of a stage play, with—unusual for Dennis—an extremely limited cast, distinct acts, and dialogue that reads like a script.Love and Mrs. Sargent, the last of the four books Dennis wrote under his female pseudonym of Virginia Rowans, works best if it's imagined in the contex [...]

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    2. I'm glad that Sheila Sargent isn't my mother!

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