MEN ARE CLUMSY LOVERS by Edith Stern

MEN ARE CLUMSY LOVERS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The modern casual of romance -- the married man devoted to his wife but with a roving eye -- the direct attack of the egotist -- the unattached determined to remain so -- the middle-aged gallant who plays safe and takes it out in talk -- the teaser, male edition -- the communist who adopts the Russian plan and so on and on. They are all there, the predatory male, 1934 version. And not a very flattering portrait. Done with a light touch and considerable humor. A book for a plus sale.

Pub Date: Feb. 7th, 1934
Publisher: Vanguard