WHAT KIND OF GIRL ARE YOU, ANYWAY? by Lois Wyse

WHAT KIND OF GIRL ARE YOU, ANYWAY?

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KIRKUS REVIEW

There are forty-four choices, genial sketches of such all-too-recognizable types as ""The Career Girl,"" ""The Dumb Smart Girl,"" ""The Smart Dumb Girl,"" ""The Joiner,"" ""The Dieter,"" etc. And the book is an easy-to-take diversion. Placement? Best next to the hair dryer where one can bone up on ""This Year's Girl...She has already seen This Year's Play. Most people are still waiting for tickets to Last Year's Play. She has This Year's Car in her garage. This Year's Books on her coffee table, This Year's Records in her hi-fi, Last Year's Divorce, and This Year's Husband."" A place yourself personality test for feminine fun, which may already have reached its market in McCall's, where ten of the sketches have appeared.

Pub Date: Nov. 4th, 1965
Publisher: World