Peter Smart's Confessions
Peter Smart's mother, as a fellow actor points out to him, is a comic monster: Only Wagner could do her justice. She's matched by the eccentric, F. Leonard Cottle, a randy retired doctor, who employs Peter's mother as housekeeper, and introduces the boy Peter to the facts of life.
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