[These notes were made in 1982:]. Source - U of C. A pleasanter play than Too True To Be Good, and although, as usual, the characters say all sorts of outrageous things, they do seem to have some resemblance to human beings in this one, human emotions being the issue here. The plot is simple enough - shop girl wins round-the-world cruise, meets well-to-do writer of guidebooks. He eventually ends up in her shop, they have a warlike wooing, and end up married. Very nice, really.