THE BOOK OF ARIEL by Anoymous

THE BOOK OF ARIEL

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KIRKUS REVIEW

True Confession -- so they say -- this plump little piece of passion, in a record of a charming, conventionless, candid woman, portrayed by a man who loved her. Intimate -- Arlenish, up to a point and very amorous. Ariel lived by standards all her own, had various men and a husband, before she met Stan. He proves to her that love can be durable, but both made mistakes in their relationship and at the close chose their own ways of ending life. All a trific fervid.

Pub Date: April 17th, 1942
Publisher: Doubleday, Doran