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Day After Tomorrow by Ruth Adams Knight 1952 First Edition

Day After Tomorrow by Ruth Adams Knight 1952 First Edition

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Binding: Hardcover
Doubleday & Company, Inc.
1952 First Edition
Library of Congress Catalog Number: 52-10127
Pages: 219
Ex Library

Item Condition: This book includes the dust jacket. The dust jacket has a protective cover. The dust jacket is taped to the inside front and back covers. There are some dog-eared pages. There is a 1/4 inch tear in page 33. A few of the pages have spots. This book was a library book and has cardholder, stamp, and reference sticker.

"This is the story of young Tom Briggs. He comes from a small, midwestern town to New York where his father has been offered a job. Tom, a leader at home, feels rejected in the big city school where he had dreamed of being a basketball star until Ludi Lucano, a domineering, magnetic Italian boy, discovers that Tom is a good speaker. He takes Tom to his 'club' and gets him on the basketball team.

Tom goes to the clubhouse regularly and soon becomes very active in all its projects. Gradually he takes on the feelings and beliefs of the members without realizing that the 'club' is a front for a Communist Youth organization. Attractive, elusive Karen Graham, whom he admires, warns him of the trap into which he is falling, but it takes a near-tragedy involving Karen for Tom to realize what is happening and come to terms with it."
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