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KIRKUS REVIEW

Clinical psychologist Fromme's critical years are as unspecified as the age a woman refuses to reveal and this equally open-ended discussion ranges over your self-image, what you want in love and life, whether to marry (most women do) or stay married, losing weight and in between nymphomania, masturbation (it can be good for you) and sexual fantasies (develop the inclination). In earlier appearances on other lists, Dr. Fromme was only a Ph.D. -- he still seems vaguely hedonistic, liberating but chary (if you go for Women's Lib -- you ""must depart from your traditional feminine role"") if approving and the book seems rather unenterprisingly programmed from this to that.

Pub Date: May 1st, 1972
Publisher: Grosset & Dunlap