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Dutton, 1967 - Fiction - 256 pages
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"BABYHIP," is the consummate sixties novel about a rebellious teenager. The "Times" said, "immensely readable-very funny!" "Cleveland Press" wrote, ..."Sarah...the thoroughly original creation of novelist Patricia Welles...wonderfully alive...preposterously funny...the best of the beat, bored, turned-on generation." Published in nine countries, sold to Columbia Pictures. "BABYHIP" remains a cult novel, about a sexy girl, who tries to "drop-out" of her Midwestern, conventional background and drop into the swinging Harvard scene. "BABYHIP," the bold girl power book of the sixties and Sarah Green, its out-spoken anti-heroine, is "the funniest, most alarming teen-ager to appear since Lolita." "Ladies Home Journal."

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