WOMEN ON THEIR OWN by Dr. Olga Knopf

WOMEN ON THEIR OWN

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A psychological handling of the modern problems encountered in hewing out a career, if perchance you are a woman. Human, personal problems -- not problems of red ink and unbalanced budgets, except in character development. What are the problems today? What has the depression done to women in business? Wherein lies the weakness of women? Where their strength? What of their human contacts, with men, with other women, with their employers, with their employees? The analysis -- and the viewpoint -- is psychoanalytical, with Dr. Adler's inferiority complex bee in the bonnet. But there is a great deal of sound common sense, and a challenge to every woman.

Pub Date: March 4th, 1935
Publisher: Little, Brown