Polly Goodwin

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[In The Dream Watcher ] the author, with skill and compassion, has created a good, honest human being, an individualist who needs his dreams and will have the strength, you feel sure, to be himself. She has written an unusual and very fine book about an extraordinary friendship, a book...

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[In The Dream Watcher] the author, with skill and compassion, has created a good, honest human being, an individualist who needs his dreams and will have the strength, you feel sure, to be himself. She has written an unusual and very fine book about an extraordinary friendship, a book that is thoughtful, often funny and with a hero to remember.

Polly Goodwin, in a review of "The Dream Watcher," in Book World—The Washington Post, November 3, 1968, p. 18.

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