They [the Cutter family] compete for the reader's attention, pursuing happiness in human ways that have not changed since 1926, when The Cutters was first published. But it is Nell Cutter who best illustrates Bess Streeter Aldrich's strength in drawing memorable characters. Whether she is decorating the house on a budget for wealthy guests or testing child-raising theories or trying to make the daily loaf a little more yeasty, Nell Cutter is not afraid to experiment. She may go out on a limb, but it is seldom a dead one. -- Amazon.com
Families -- Middle West -- Fiction; Families -- Social aspects -- Fiction; Community life -- Middle West -- Fiction; Domestic fiction;
D. Appleton and Company
New York, NY
, 275,  pages ; 20 cm.
Aldrich, Bess Streeter, "The Cutters" (1926). Books by Bess Streeter Aldrich. 3.